(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Acorn"

■ \'l 



y 



..; 




! I' ' ■ 









3 






: 



hi 



\ 1 


I 


\ 


-j 





\ 






' : i 








ACORN 



EDITOR: Willie Davis 
ASSOC. EDITOR: Trevor Baker 
BUSINESS MANAGER: Byron Herbert 
LITERARY EDITOR: Jason Edgecombe 
CROP EDITOR: Luther Bryant 
PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR: William Niles 
ART EDITOR: Calvin Campbell 
SPONSOR: Mr. M. E. Anderson 
FINANCIAL ADVISOR: Mr. H. T. Saulter 




Sequence 



Theme 

Dedication 

Campus Life 

Administration 

Faculty and Staff 

Honorable Mention 

Organizations 

Sports 

Activities 

Students 

Editor's Note 

Roster 

Advertisements 







"True education means more than 
the pursual of a certain course of study. It 
means more than a preparation for the 
life that now is. It has to do with the whole 
being, and with the whole period of exist- 
ence possible to man. It is the harmoni- 
ous development of the physical, the 
mental, and the spiritual powers." 

Education p. 13 



1 I 

mi 

i ..'Miss 
t# lift. ■.. "■' 




Foreword 



This annual is a pictorial essay portraying the life of a typical Oakwood 
College Student. Throughout the decades, hundreds of men and women have 
entered Oakwood College, have sat at the feet of Christian teachers, and have 
departed to make their contributions. 

Today, many more are passing through the sacred halls of Oakwood and 
entering the world to leave their footprints there. These, however, are leav- 
ing Oakwood College with newer and broader ideas. So it is that the 1967 
ACORN carries as its theme: "ENTER TO LEARN . . . DEPART TO 
SERVE." 

As you turn the pages of this 1967 annual, we hope that you may glimpse 
the effect of a Christian education upon the individual, and that you will re- 
member, through the years, that Oakwood College is dedicated to the work 
of preparing young men and women for service in this world, and in the world 
to come. 



Editor 



\ 




Robert L. Reynolds, B.S., M.S., Professor Emeritus of Biology, holds a dear spot in the 
heart of many an Oakwoodite who has sat under his instruction. Since 1917 he has been 
dedicated to the cause of guiding young men and women into a life of service. 

For the last 21^ years, his life has been interwoven with that of Seventh-day Adventist 
youth. "Fess" Reynolds has the unique distinction of having taught under the supervision 
of George Washington Carver in the department of Agriculture at Tuskegee Institute. As 
result of his wide experience, he has been very successful in leading many to a fuller life. 



Dedic 




L. Henrietta Emanuel, B.A...M.A., Professor Emeritus of English has given forty-nine 
years of her life to the cause of education. Forty-eight of the forty-nine years have been 
dedicated to the fostering of Christian Education. 

Miss Emanuel, a well-read professor, holds life credentials from the General Confer- 
ence of Seventh-day Adventists in five subjects namely: Bible, Biology, English, History 
and Spanish. 

For eighteen years she has been instrumental in aiding Oakwood Students to find their 
places in the world. 



ation 










' *»gg i 



-■<, 



^A. 



agsTt-*^ 



^T* '•*» , 



..»•£.. 



».:* 



w^T ■'■■ J , '*'* ,, " 



MttttBKKHW0^-' ' 






',■« 



;nt 



feHMHttttKyl 










<v 



» 'j ~> 



NT* 



".f.p 



tir 






■ ?^fe 



* 



v 



^£— 







m 



m 



m 



Wi 



« v -* : 



,Ss#5 



*Vv 



'^"SS; -r- /: A -sr: 



iiHMt- 



<'. 






Bf * 't^^* 






*-7» : ai tM * JUS*. -•, • 



"SNir.-.'Wfc 




FRANK W. HALE JR. B.A., M.A., Ph.D., President 



10 



Dear Oakwoodites: 

I congratulate you for having selected Oakwood College as the institution of your 
choice in higher education. You have come in an era of great expectations in the face 
of historic dilemmas. There is open before you an unparalleled opportunity to build new 
and firmer foundations under your feet. You stand at the gateway of an age of expansion, 
of space advancement, of ecumenism, of a "new morality," of the flowering of modern 
imagination, and an unprecedented explosion of new knowledge and technologies. 

We are proud that you have recognized the great advantage that Oakwood College 
has to offer you. I have no apologies to make to anyone that we do things in a big way. 
We have a set of values that distinguishes us from being just another institution of higher 
learning. We have a solidarity and a unity of spirit and purpose that have helped us to ac- 
complish many things during the year. 

From our strengths have come great actions. We have great visions today, and we 
can move forward to even greater achievements tomorrow. 

I challenge you to show the world that Oakwood College makes men and women of 
boys and girls; that it provides remarkably clear insights for the development of the human 
spirit; that it attempts to establish religious convictions that are exhibited in outward patterns 
of behavior; that it encompasses an environment that is a potent force in spiritual, academic, 
and social development; and that it considers experience - actual and vicarious - a most 
important aspect of total development. 

You are Oakwood's greatest ambassadors. Let your influence be positive and dramatic, 
for you are our most important investment. 

Yours for Oakwood College, 
Frank W. Hale, Jr. - President 





12 




- jjEfrflr'- 



Campus Life 



Interesting is the life of a student at "The 
Oaks". Although the academic program requires 
many hours of study, the typical Oakwood student 
finds time for work, play, and relaxation. 



<fc 





"w • 



uz 




mmgmmmm 







n 




14 There's always a strong attraction for the opposite sex. 



Skippy gets a lesson on mixing dough. 




Smile Tarn, it isn't that bad. 



Alex, is probably getting a slice for himself. 



15 




Wishful thinking isn't good enough, Corky! 



UkU 
kUU 
UkU 



FRI. 

MON.-THUR.T. 
5AT. 



I 







This is the time of day when our girls lose their beauty. 




A guy is entitled to a drink before going to fail. 



16 



Don't Kidd me, that's got to be a Mapp. 




I betcha Al wishes he was young again. 



' i._ 



• 


J 

* 


n * 



Gee! . . . and I thought I cleaned my room. 






They take their work seriously. 





After waiting a half hour for Ruth, Pierre is still happy to see her. 



'Snack time is anytime" --says Geraldine. 





Last year's dress for this year's occasion! 




Our favorite pastime is studying in the library 



18 




Dean Davis comes by to tell Jessie goodnight. 



i 



Some fellows take studying to the extreme. 





Gossiping has gotten sort of boring for Connie. 



Work is a new experience. 





It must be ten to eleven! 







"I wonder if we've 
changed from sitting 
ducks to sitting humans?" 



» 



jk 



First he tries to get away without paying. . 



Forget it, Roger. She's got you. She wins all the way. 




John is trying to make a great big move. 



Actually, the problem with this lad is that he is 
confused. 





Concentration is the secret here. 



Now I lay me down to sleep, I pray 





22 




There's one thing missing 
in this picture. — Earnestine 




Mary had a little lamb, his fleece was white as snow; and 
everywhere that Mary went, Wendy was sure to go. 



Work never hurt anybody but these guys 








I was raised on Log Cabin syrup. Why don't you try it' 



This is a Prime sabbath school class. 





"Whatsoever thy hands findeth to do, do it with all 
thy might" 




"He that is faithful in that which is least. 



25 




He's only practicing his typing. 




She's another member of the "out crowd' 



I've something to tell you; promise you won't tell?-The one in the middle is the cutest. 



26 




That is exactly how you 
look on the inside. 




i •. • . 



For three years Victor has been doing this, and for three years 
he's been messing up. 






C'Si • 



27 



..t.% 




No matter where you are, make yourself feel at home, 




Just a small part of Oakwood's finery. 



• 



An advantage of having reverse week. 




P^TTTff ft 



Quiet Hour is meditation hour for "Soup". 



J 








'Believe me, if all those endearing young charms" 



Norman must have been eating again. His belt and tie are loosed. 





Bill Niles, a student, gives the physics class a lesson 
on the camera. 



29 



Nana Harris is either fascinated by 
Letrish's accuracy or by her many 
mistakes. 



Kenneth Vaz is so much in love, he 
'ties' up the phone even on Friday 
nights. 




The bridge takes shape 
in the U. S. M. park. 




Some folk major in eating. 



Some in studying, 




. . .and others in socializing 



31 




i 



Don't cry Judy, the pony has already been broken in. 



jpm**** 




What's wrong, Pearl? Is the saddle too hard? 



32 







Ex-students of Pine Forge Institute form their traditional line. 



"\ 




\ 



, and then run for life as the bus leaves for home at the conclusion of College Days. 



33 




Hey, Donald, the box reads please save, aren't you 
going to save it? 




It's hot out here. 




34 



Linda gives Doug a lesson in Jacks. 




r 






More lessons in Jacks 



"I dream of Carolyn, with the dark brown hair." 








Alonzo, look at my terrible hand. 



35 



Students 




Kathern Daniels poses proudly with 
her family. Her husband was a 
member of the class of '64. 



Mamie Payton and her children 




Morris Scott and his young bride. 




Jim Hurt, his wife, Brenda, and daughter. 




Mr. and Mrs. Morales and their brood, 



Benjamin Browne goes from studies to baby-sitting. 




38 



If' 

William Downes gives a smile of contentment as he clasps his daughters close to him. 




Jerry Lee, a senior ministerial student, and his family 




The Sanders family gather around the piano for an evening of music. 










40 




Administration 



Intelligence, imagination and authority are some of the indispen- 
sable qualities of an administration which is serving an ever expanding 
college like Oakwood College. Care must be taken that the develop- 
ment meet the aims and principles of Christian Education, yet immediate 
needs such as housing and instructional facilities must not be allowed to 
put into oblivion, the need for an up-to-date curriculum, qualified teachers, 
and the educational opportunities of today. Such is the responsibility that 
rests upon the shoulders of our administration, who with their foresight 
and diligent planning, endeavor to give us an adequate education. 





FRANK W. HALE JR. , Ph.D. 
President. 




Administ 





JANNITH L. LEWIS, M.A. 
Librarian. 



LEWIS J. LARSON, Ed. D. , 
Academic Dean 



42 







•ators 




ADELL WARREN, B.S., 

Assistant Business Manager 

and Treasurer. 




R. E. TOTTRESS, B.A. 
College Chaplain. 



GAINES R. PARTRIDGE, Ed.D. 
Dean of Students 




RUBY BONTEMPS TROY, B. Mus. 

Director of Admissions 

and Records. 




43 




pan ^— ^jj^a^ 



Many of our students attribute 
their success to the training and dedi- 
cation of our teachers. 



\ 





H. T. SAULTER 
Director of Students 
Financial Assistance. 




RICHARD S. NORMAN, B.A, 
Accountant. 




ELIZABETH BEALE 
Student Hostess. 




Elder Saulter lends Clifford a helping hand. 



46 




CARRIE DAVIS, 

Dean of (Upperclassman) 

Women. 




CHARLES A. GRAY, B.A 
Dean of Men. 



Dean Gray reminds Jim that the stairway is to be kept clear. 






ELLEN G. FRAZIER 
Dean of (Freshman) Women. 



47 





HARRY W. SWINTON 
Superintendent of College Store. 



RUTH A. WARREN, R.N. 
Health Service. 



S. W. HEREFORD, M.D. 
College Physician. 





VIOLIN G. PLUMMER, M.A. 
Assistant Librarian. 



SYLVANUS MERCHANT, B.A. 
Superintendent of College Laundry. 





SARAH F. RICHARDSON 
Superintendent of Food Service. 




^; 



DAVE) LAKE 
Chef. 



*! 




PRESTON CALHOUN 
Superintendent of College Bakery. 




STEWART A. BRANTLEY 
Superintendent of Physical Plant. 




JAMES F. HOLLOWAY 
Supervisor of Grounds. 



49 




EDWIN ALCANTARA, Ph. D. 
Assistant Professor of Business 
Administration 




Z. H. COBERLY, Ed. D., Chairman 
Professor of Education. 





\RVIN ANDERSON, B.S. 
Instructor in Business. 



Applied Science 




ESTHER L. GILL, M. Ed. 

Visiting Assistant Professor of 

Secretarial Science. 




SANDRA PRICE, B.S. 

Visiting Assistant Professor 

of Secretarial Science. 




SHEILA SMITH, B.A. 
Assistant Instructor 
Secretarial Science. 



50 




EARL M. N. GOODING, Ph. D. , Chairman, 
Assistant Professor of 
Behavioral Science. 




MURRAY J. HARVEY, M. Litt. 

Assistant Instructor in 

Sociology. 



Behavioral Science 



Paul, a member of the Omega Sigma Psi, 
heatedly defends his point during the debate 
on "Black Power vs. Pacifism". 





CLORA D. YOUNG, M. SW. 
Instructor in Sociology. 



DOUGLASS T. TATE, Ed. D. 

Guidance Counselor, 

Assistant Professor of 

Psychology. 




51 



& 




MAXINE H. BRANTLEY, M.A 
„ Assistant Professor of 
Education. 




HELEN LINDSAY, M.A. 

Visiting Professor of 

Education. 



Education 




GAINES R. PARTRIDGE, Ed. D. , 
Chairman, Professor of Education. 



VIOLIN G. PLUMMER, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Education. 



^Biii 




"v*"* ■■***«*, 


1 


> 


§ 


/r"®*^ 





52 





LEWIS J. LARSON, Ed. D. 
Professor Of Education. 




LUCENO L. QUIRANTE, Ed.D. 

Associate Professor of 

Education. 







RUTH N. STAFFORD, M.A, 

Assistant Professor of 

Nursing Education. 



ELNORA BROWN 
Elementary Critic Teacher. 



Picture 

Not 

Available 



ROSE THONGS, B. S. 
Elementary Critic Teacher. 





Critic 
Teachers 



timothy Mcdonald, b.a, 

Principal of Elementary 
School. 



JAMES A. RODDY, B.A. 

Instructor in 

Physical Education. 




J^. 






V ^ 




ANNE M. GALLEY, B.A. 
Elementary Critic Teacher. 



ANNELL M. WRIGHT, B.S. 

Elementary Critic 

Teacher. 




53 




^^>- •«*».. 




L. H. EMANUEL, M.A, 

Professor Emeritus of 

English. 



Humanities 



English 
Dept. 




EVA B. DYKES, Ph.D. Chairman 

Professor of English Language 

and Literature. 






CHARLES BRIDGES, M.A. 
Instructor in English. 



NORMA J. RODDY, B.A. 
Instructor in Reading. 



GENTRY ISRAEL, B.A. 
Assistant Instructor in English 



54 




FLORENCE WINSLOW, M.A. 
Instructor in English. 



TRULA E. WADE, M.A. 

Instructor in 

English. 



Picture 

Not 

Available 



Department 



Of 




ELLIANNA ABBOTT, B.E. 
Visiting Instructor in 
Modern Languages. 




INEZ L. BOOTH, M.A. 

Associate Professor of 

Piano and Organ. 




FREDDIE BARGAS, M.A, 
Instructor in Spanish. 



Department 

Of 

Music 



Languages 




ANNE O. DRAKE, M.A. 

Visiting Assistant Professor 

in Modern Languages. 




HENRY BRADFORD, JR., Ed.D. 

Visiting Professor of 

Music. 




HAROLD L. ANTHONY, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of 

Music. 



ALYNE DUMAS LEE 

Assistant Professor 

of Music. 




55 



Natural Science And Mathematics 




EMERSON A. COOPER, Ph.D., Chairman 
Professor of Chemistry. 




RUTH FA YE DAVIS, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of Home 

Economics. 




JOSEPH CAMARA, M.A., 

Acting Chairman; 

Associate Professor of Biology. 




L. B. HUNDLEY, D. D. S. 

Visiting Instructor in 
Biology 




ROBERT L. REYNOLDS, M.S. 

Professor Emeritus of 
Biolog y. 




ABIGAIL K. HOBSON, Ph.D. 

Visiting Professor of 

Home Economics. 



LILLIETH SHAW, B. S. 

Assistant Instructor 
In Home Economics. 





JOHN A. BLAKE, M.S. 
Instructor in 
Mathematics. 




EDWARD L. WILKINSON, M.S. 

Visiting Instructor in 

Physics. 




Picture 

Not 

Available 



JEAN A. BLAKE, M.S. 

Instructor in 

Mathematics. 



RAFAEL M. FITERRE, Ph.D. 

Visiting Professor of 

Mathematics. 




57 



Religion And Theology 




JOHN J. BEALE, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Religion. 




ERNEST E. ROGERS, Ph.D. 

Associate Professor of Biblical 

Languages. 




CLARENCE T. RICHARDS, B.D., Chairman 
Professor of Religion. 




TALBERTO. SHAW, M.A., B.D. 
Assistant Professor of Religion. 



PAUL E. QUIMBY, Ph.D. 

Visiting Professor of 

Religion. 




58 



Social Science 




OTIS B. EDWARDS, Ph.D., Chairman 
Professor of History. 










JULIUS KORGAN, Ph.D. 
Professor of History. 




MURRAY J. HARVEY, M. Litt. 

Associate Professor of 

History. 



\ 



59 




s^p^SfW^! 



'^^^SiW"W^ j M<^^^ : -^ : '- % :■-' i 



Administration Building 



This building houses, along with the administrative offices, the W.H. Green 
Memorial Library. The building was erected in 1952. 



60 



Moran Hall 



Peters Hall 




&m 



w 



** 






■h. 




^Pim^aKS 



. 



V <*- 



i 


'in 




1 I - rl 1 

. *'> J __L 

.J* * 7'"'* .' 


ii 

mmt 1 V 


' I 






1 



•--£•- '• .t tsxa 



Mitfi 



•t- ; 7: *s ';* : -r"^^SS?r*i.-5 ' 






:m 



■ , 




-<•*' I 



it- 





62 



TOP: Peterson Hall - Men's Dormitory 
CENTER: Carter Hall - Upperclass Women 
BOTTOM: Cunningham Hall - Freshman Women 




lege* ■ i-. ; v*viv: 



THE H. E. FORD SCIENCE HALL 



63 




COLLEGE BAKERY, STORE, SNACK-BAR AND POST OFFICE 



COLLEGE LAUNDRY 




•** 




4* 



**:; aw„- 



■•'»> 



THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION BUILDING 



65 














66 










Organizations 



Going to College means more than obtaining book knowledge. It 
entails the preparation for the responsibilities of a complex world. 

Through the seventy decades of Oakwood's history, men and women 
have been emerging, not as the immature novices that entered, but as 
mature, well-rounded individuals with ability enough to be good followers, 
and initiative enough to be dynamic leaders. It is through the many 
organizations to which the student is exposed at Oakwood that he develops 
a lasting sense of responsibility. 








55tf 




-7JH 




WILLIAM FRAZIER, President of USM. 



As we reminisce over the past school year, we are reminded of many happenings- -some favorable, 
others not so favorable. However, as maturing men and women, we must realize that prosperity and 
adversity make up life, and that it is only as we are able to successfully cope with our daily confronta- 
tions that we find the essence of life. 

We leave "The Oaks", but their memories linger still; and through memory's vision we see them 
towering ever heavenward. May we, like the oaks, tower above all others in service; for it is in serving 



that we live 'more abundantly*. 




President-elect, William Niles, receives congratulations from U.S. M. president, 
William Frazier, as other officers look on. 




Edwina leaves the polls after making her 
decision. 




David Reid gets last minute inspiration 
before casting his vote. 




Will says thank you to the student body after the announce- 
ment of his election as U.S.M. president. 



69 



President Frazier, and others of the Oakwood del- 
egation converse at the Intercollegiate Workshop. 




Norman Miles, Vice-president elect, and Victor Wallen, 
Spreading Oak editor at the Intercollegiate Workshop. 



The parliamentarian of U.S. M., Isaac Fordjour, intro- 
duces the Orders of the Day. 





•"*V* V - 



li» J»„.N:« '" <«• '•-•'* 






Wm 



, 



71 




72 



Spreading 
Oak 




■ 




Photographer William Niles seems to have 
had a hard day. 





Byron Herbert (right) checks out the budget with the business 
staff. 




Acorn 



Some fellows never sweat when they work. 



Phylis Guy - head typist. 



Eardell Rashford and Nancy Moore create designs for the 
portrait section. 





Crop Editor Luther Bryant at work. 




74 





The executive staff of The Acorn. 



Alfonso, one of the staff photographers, aids 
Sharon Mitchell in getting the copy exact. 




Editor Davis checks in on staff. 



Elbert, Virgil, Caesar and Emma at work. 



75 



Professional clubs such as these, plan and sponsor activities 
such as lectures, debates, and films that aid in broadening 
the professional background of the members. 



i - \ 













V \ 


i *^ 


mmm 


Up 



THE SCIENCE CLUB 
Joseph Weithers, center of first row, is a Biology major, 
and is president of the club. 



. f:-. ., ,., : ; _ . •■■■■■•,■■ 






Above are the officers of the Omega Sigma Psi with the President, 
Neal Arthur (holding banner). This is the Behavioral Science Club. 





Pictured here are the officers of the Phi Beta Lambda--the Business 
Club. The president is Robert Gilbert, and Professor M. Anderson, 
Sponsor. 



Issac Ford jour (standing in center) is presi- 
dent of the International Students Organiza- 
tion. This club comprises of students from 
across the seas. 




Pictured below are the officers of the Home Economics Club. 
These represent every young lady's dream to be a homemaker. 
They are left to right: Naomi McKenzie, Joyce Chisolm, Equilla 
Green, Janet Bonner, and Gloria Hawkins, president. 




Pictured above are the officers of the Freshman women's 
club, The Vincet Qua Se Vincet. The president is Jacci 
Steens (center). Their philosophy is: "The woman who 
truly conquers, is one who first conquers self". 



NOT PICTURED 



MEN'S CLUB: EPSILOM SIGMA PHI 

Oliver McKinney - President 

Douglas Simons - Vice-President 

Trevor Baker - Secretary 

Ronald Williams - Assoc. Secretary 

Norman Miles - Parliamentarian 

Lloyd Gardner - Treasurer 

Barry Black - Chaplain 



UPPERCLASS WOMEN'S CLUB 

Cheryl Thompson - President 
Janice Watson - Vice President 
Elestia Hampton - Secretary 
Wilma Mitchell - Assoc. Secretary 
Patience Barnes - Parliamentarian 
Susan Bonney - Treasurer 
Kay Bryson - Chaplain 






77 



9ft f-s 



o 



t% 




CONCERT CHOIR 
Harold Anthony Director 




THE EXCELSIORS 
Equilla Green, Joyce Ellison, Joyce Lawhorne. 




THE DEBONAIRS 
Rachel Tramel, Carmen Fuentes, Linda Willis. 




The College Male Chorus with 
Director Clinton Williams. 







THE PHILOMELS 
Joyce Lewis, Patience Barnes, Rosa Gaskins, and Julia Howard. 





THE TEMPOS 
Cheryl Galley, Andrea Bradford, and Ruth Hale. 



THE ETHEREALS 
Irwin Dulan, Byron Dulan, Robert Gilbert, and James 
Sampson. 




THE SONS OF MUSIC 
Allan Johnston, Elverton Mapp, Alfred Hampton, and 
Leroy Hampton. 



79 



Missionary 
Groups 





LATE ROBERT L. REYNOLDS 



In Memoriam 

Robert L. Reynolds, born February 4, 1895, in Columbus, Ohio, calmly slept away March 10, 1967, in 
Riverside Sanitarium & Hospital in Nashville, Tennessee, after a prolonged illness. 

He came to Oakwood College in the Division of Natural Science where his ambition and interest stirred 
many youthful minds to achieve and grow. From this Division he was invited to take the first principalship of 
Oakwood College Academy which he held for one year 1945-1946 before accepting principalship at Baltimore 
S. D. A. Academy, Baltimore, Md. Never a slacker nor one to shirk duty, he accepted the principalship of 
Pine Forge Institute, Pine Forge, Pa. It was his privilege to serve as the second principal of this institution. 

He served Oakwood College from 1951 till his death. Though his health began to fail, he continued 
teaching even through a part of this academic year. 

HE SLEEPS. BUT HIS WORKS LIVE AFTER HIM. 



81 




82 




EACH YEAR, TEAMWORK AND CO-OPERATION ARE EX- 
HIBITED AS THE OAKWOODITES PARTICIPATE IN FOOTBALL, 
PING PONG, BASEBALL, SHUFFLE- BOARD, SKATING, ETC. 
THESE GAMES PROVIDE AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE DEVELOP- 
MENT OF THE "PHYSICAL POWERS". 



SI 111^ 

^ it 




Football 



The sports program at Oakwood opens 
each year with football. The teams in the 
league exhibit a high degree of enthusiasm 
that does much to bring out the crowds. 




The community is having a head on practice 




The fans take a 




Cartwright calls the signals. . . team down, ready, set, hut one, hut two, hut three. 



84 











The ball has been snapped, and 
these fellows are right in the thick 
of things 








lose View 



If the football toughs will notice, the defense is in. A totally new 
formation known to football. 





David (Mousy) Barnes preparing to make the pitch out to 
the partially seen Bernard Johnston 



The Bulldogs with their captain, Edward Cartwright. (Rear: 
Second from Right) 



85 



Basketball 





To take a look at Richard's face you'd think the 
ball is heavy. 



Did it go in? We'll never know. 



The great indoor sport of 
basketball, and the fans 
love it. 



86 





"Skippy" Barnes seems to be yelling at the ball as he 
goes up for another basket. 



Donald Robinson's team gives the sign of victory after winning 
the league championship. 



\ 




With cheer leaders like these our team can't afford to lose. 





The Wolverines charge in for the ball during the champ- 
ionship game. 



87 



: . 



\'£ Sfars^ 



. : .t''^^ 



S3H SW"*v©5S^" _____ «»i^T«5 ii= *"5SI!SS a '"1 



MBiM 



!!MiCS£3^___i^*__ , _GKS__ff3«K» |S" 




THE GIRLS' DRILL TEAM 
Delores Furlow is the leader. 




MERETLE WILSON'S DRILL TEAM 




Richard Brown goes up for the rebound during the 
game with the Columbus Warriors. 



THE USM DRILL TEAM 
Michael Bernard is the leader. 



88 







Soccer 

Soccer is a new sport to the 
Oakwood College campus. The 
enthusiasts of this game are the 
students from the West Indies, and 
the continent of Africa. 




mC 




Sylvan Musson waits anxiously for the pass, as David Whyte 
hastens to intercept. 



Goal keeper, Kenneth Vaz leaps to get the ball. 



Norton Webb demonstrates the art 
of using the head in soccer. 




89 





The fellows get a game before 'quiet hour'. 








90 




Jimmie and Carolyn take the lead in this round. 



One would think that Regina was taking skating lessons. 



91 



Ij ItH^." 




Edward Woods, on the mound. 



\**V.tV ■ 




Let's go Eugene! 



Soft- 
Ball 




The fellows give a cheer after winning another game. 




Willie takes the throw at first base. 



_ 





7-*i 



. & .. »i 



& 



:-" -V- 1 -■ 

Cartwright goes for a homer. 




Paul slides safely into third base. 



Helvius in the wind up. 



Sonny gives the signals from behind the plate. 










94 




Who's Who Among Students 

In American Universities 

And Colleges 

For a student to be recognized by the organization, Who's Who Among 
Students in American Universities and Colleges, he must first be recom- 
mended by the University or College he attends, and accepted by the or- 
ganization. Selection of nominees is done by the faculty. Each depart- 
ment recommends names. In selecting the students, scholarship, leader- 
ship, cooperation in educational and extra-curricular activities, citizen- 
ship, and promise of future usefulness are considered. 

Students who are recognized by Who's Who Among Students in Ameri- 
can Universities and Colleges can receive aid, if requested, in employ- 
ment placements, and other recommendations. 

This has been the first year Oakwood has participated in Who's Who 
Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. 





JAMES WHITE III 
Class: Junior 
Major: Chemistry 




DONNA CRAIG 
Class; Junior 
Major: English. 



SETH LUBEGA 
Class: Senior 
Major: Biology. 



Who's Who 

Stm 

In American Univei> 




LAWRENCE THONG'S 
Class; Senior 
Major: Theology & 
Business 








7 




BERNARD JOHNSTON 
Class: Junior 
Major: Music. 



Among 

dents 

ities And Colleges 




LLEWELYN SWAN 
Class: Senior 
Major: Business. 




JULLA HOWARD 
Class: Senior 
Major: Elementary Ed. 





OLIVER McKINNEY 
Class: Junior 

Major: Theology. 





HALSTEAD HOWELL 
Class: Senior 
Major: Chemistry 



naomi Mckenzie 

Class: Senior 

Major: Home Economics. 



97 






MERETLE WILSON 
Class: Junior 
Major: Religion. 



PHILLIP CAREY 
Class: Junior 
Major: Psychology. 







LELA GOODING 
Class: Senior 
Major: English. 



The ACORN takes this opportunity to congratulate those 
thirteen students who have received the rare distinction and 
recognition. Congratulations! 



98 







it mmt 




■ 




' 





Winter At Oakwood 



99 






fan 



' -■ : * r 




■ A^ ^ wrfg 




w 




K 



CTIVfTIE5 




100 




Socials, banquets, lyceums, lectures, mov- 
ies, etc. are all geared to aid the Oakwoodite 
develop into a well-rounded individual. 




Clifford Wright, A lonzo Bethea, and Albert Reynolds - ■ 
the three capable emcees of the Freshman Talent 
Show. 







J 






Joyce Tucker plays the leading role in an old Negro poem entitled 
"Liza, Liza. " 



Freshman 
Talent 







Bryan Marshall presenting his own idea of the 
Negro's climb from slavery to freedom. 



—«•■* 




102 



James Reid gives his presentation that won him first 
prize. 



UNCF Campaign 



This year the student body took an active part in raising 
funds for the United Negro College Fund. Hundreds of letters 
were sent to various sections of the country, and in a period 
of two weeks, the students had raised more than $3, 300. 
Everyone was rewarded with a two-day Christmas holiday 
extension. 



Michael Bernard, Oliver Moore, and Edward 
Woods lead out in the Pep Rally that launch- 
ed the United Negro College Fund Campaign. 




I 

r 



A 



*- 



t 




Mrs. Clora Young of the 
department of Behavioral 
sciences, receives a prize 
for raising the highest a- 
mount among the faculty 
for the UNCF. 




Michael Bernard is congratulated 
by Dr. Partridge, Dean of Students, 
for raising the highest amount a- 
mong the student body in the UNCF 
campaign. His reward was a new 
stereophonic Magnavox record player. 



103 



Each year the college choir has followed the tradition of presenting 
the immortal Handel's "Messiah. " This year was no exception. The 
choir, accompanied by the Huntsville Ensemble, and under the direc- 
tion of Professor Harold Anthony, gave two splendid renditions. 



Messiah 




Soprano soloists Brenda Spraggins and Andrea Bradford during the presen- 
tation of Handel's "Messiah". 



After "Messiah" concert, Helvius Thompson, "Oak- 
wood's Gabriel", poses for camera. 







Raymond Humphrey, baritone soloist, sings "Why Do the Nations Rage?" during the Christmas concert. 



104 



Memorial 
Services 



This year the Intellectual affairs 
Committee of the United Student 
Movement conducted two memo- 
rials. One in honor of the late Presi- 
dent John F. Kennedy, and the other 
in honor of the late Elder R. T. 
Hudson, President of the Northeastern 
Conference of S.D.A. Chairman of 
the Committee is Jason Edgecombe. 




Platform guests stand at attention as "Taps" is blown during the R. T. Hudson 
Memorial service. 





Ex-servicemen Albert Johnson, and Oliver McKinney 
in the recessional at the J. F. Kennedy Memorial 
service. ^ 



Pvt. Clinton Williams brings up the rear with The 
Stars and Stripes. 



105 




The Arabella Hambleton Sym- 
ington Reading Development Center 
was dedicated in a special cere- 
mony at the college. J. Fife Sym- 
ington, a benefactor of the college, 
presented a plaque to the institution 
and dedicated the center in honor 
of his mother. The center is located 
in Peters Hall. 



President Frank Hale, Elder A. V. Pinkney, 
and Mr. J. Fife Symington at the dedication 
ceremonies of the Symington Reading De- 
velopment Center. 




Mrs. Roddy, the instructor in Reading, lends a helping hand to Gilbert Cooper. 



Dedication 
Ceremonies 



Dr. Hale and Mr. Symington get a 
first hand demonstration in the use of 
the equipment. 



106 





Wow! What a difference a few curlers can make. 



Freshman Girls' 
Pa jama Party 




Carmen yells for help during the pillow fight. 




Poor Janice, the world seems to be getting her down 



107 



Valentine 
Party 




Jacci Steen, president of the Vincet Qua Se Vincet, pins a 
corsage on Dean Frazier after the girls had chosen her as the 
Sweetheart of Cunningham Hall at the Valentine's Party. 




Lyceums 













!^'Ml: 












dP* ; 


&8 




■sX^^ 


L? '"'■■$'■ -"v. : 






M ■ 


k ^5§ 






'^hbvK 










1 ■ 








l> : isSj 










Guest Speakers 



Dr. Rosie Poole, a noted authority on Negro poetry. 



mmmmmm; wmam 



WB&BSBM 





Week of Prayer speaker, Elder Benjamin F. Reaves, as he 
speaks on "Life is Loving". 



Captain O'neil of the Redstone Arsenal points out an area in 
South Viet Nam where he battled the Viet Cong. 



Dr. Bill Stevens, Rocketry specialist, spoke to the members 
and friends of the Scientific Club. 



NO 





"Tell it To Jesus" radio broadcast was one of the many 
activities sponsored by the religious arm of the United 
Student Movement. Religious Vice-president, Michael 
Bernard and, announcer Henry Holt, await their cue as 
the Debonairs sing. 



The Sociable Social vice-president, Theodore Watkins, 
and his date. 



Mnp 




Students sing of "A better day a Comin"' during the pro- 
gram "America Sings". The program was sponsored by 
the Social arm of the United Student Movement. 



Ill 




The Oakwoodites enjoy "Moments to Remember". The Banquet was held off campus at the Carriage Inn. 



USM Banquet 



Oliver Moore and Clifford Wright, the narrators of the U.S.M. banquet and their 
•dates swoon to the tune of "Love is a many Splendored Thing." 




Miss Jannith Lewis and Elder E. E. Rogers, 
the sponsors of the U. S. M. , were in attend- 
ance at the banquet. 




Elder F. L. Bland, Vice-president of General Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists, announcing 
the election of Dr. Frank Hale as President of Oakwood College. The occasion was the Oakwood 
College Alumni Banquet held in Detroit. 




Alumni 



Dr. Hale sits in a pensive mood at the Chicago Alumni Banquet held in his honor and that of con- 
cert singer, Shirley Verette. Left to right: Earl Calloway, Shirley Verette, Mrs. Hale, Dr. Hale, 
Mrs. Bradford, and Elder Bradford. 



13 




Miss Kay Bryson 



Lady of the Year 



114 




Mr. William Niles 



Gentleman of the Year 







Miss Carita Jenkins and Mr. Michael Bernard 



Couple of the Year 



116 






i sw* 




117 




The Inaugural procession gets underway. 



President's 




William Frazier, United Student Movement president, presents Dr. Hale with a seal. 

] ni 




Elder F. L. Bland, chairman of the 
College Board, as he delivers the 
charge to Dr. Hale during the inau- 
guration. 



Inauguration 



Dr. Partridge, as he places the medallion 
on Dr. Hale. 




Platform guests bow as Elder E. E. Cleveland offers the dedication prayer. 




Madame Dumas Lee sings at the President's luncheon given at the Carriage Inn. 



119 



1. The Honor Guard. 

2. Dr. Wesley, the guest speaker. 

3. Dr. Partridge addresses President 
Hale. 

4. Elder F. L. Bland, chairman of 
the College Board, as he reads 
the charge. 

5. The medallion is presented to 
President Hale. 




120 








122 




Class Officers 

David Reid President 

Thomas McNealy Vice-President 

Naomi McKenzie - — — _ _ _ _ — .__ — _ — ___ -Secretary 
Joyce Jackson — - — ______ — — ____ — -Asst. Secretary 

Hilton Green Treasurer 

Harry Straford Asst. Treasurer 

Llewelyn Swan _____ _ -Parliamentarian 

Trevor Baker Chaplain 

Luther Bryant Sgt.-at-Arms 

Dr. E. A. Cooper Sponsor 

Dr. E. N. M. Gooding Sponsor 



<e» 



- a^- 



BAKER, TREVOR 
Major: Religion 
Minor: History 



B.A, 




BOOKER, VIRGINIA - B.A. 
Major: History 
Minor: Behavioral Sci. 



BONNEY, SUSAN - B.S. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: English 




BRONNER, ELOUISE - B.S. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: Home Economics 
Psychology 



BRYANT, LUTHER- B.A. 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Chemistry 



CAREY, JOHN - B.A. 
Major: English 
Minor: Secondary Ed. 





CROSBY, JUDY- B.S. 
Major: Home Economics 
Minor: Secondary Ed. 
Sociology 




/» 



CAYTON, MOLLISSIE - B.S. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: Music 





DAMON, JOHN - B.S. 
Major: Sociology 
Minor: Religion 




DOWNES, WILLIAM - B.A. 
Major: Religion 
Minor: Biology 



DULAN, IRWIN - B.A. 
Major: Religion 
Minor: Music 




FERGUSON, JOHN 
Major: Religion 
Minor: History 




FRAZIER, WILLIAM - B.S. 
Major: Psychology 
Minor: Sociology 




FURLOW, DOLORES - B.S. 
Major: Elementary Ed.\ 
Minor: English 



GARDNER, ENELDANI - B.S. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: English 



GASKINS, ROSA - B.S. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: English 





GOODING, LELA - B.A. 
Major: English 
Minor: History 

125 



f ^W- 



w* 




GREENE, HILTON 
Major: Business 

Administration 
Minor: Sociology 



B.S. 




- r- 




HOWARD, JULIA - B.S. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: English 



HAWKINS, GLORIA - B.S. 
Major: Home Economics 
Minor: Chemistry 




HOWELL, HALSTEAD - B.A. 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Chemistry 



JACKSON, JOYCE E. 
Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Secondary Ed. 
Psychology 



B.S. 



JEMISON, MARVIN- B.A. 

Major: Religion 

Minor: Biblical Languages 





JOHNSON, PAUL - B.S. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: History 
Psychology 



JONES, BETTYE - B.A. 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Psychology 
Education 



i 




1 ^/*?^li f 




♦ *0f£ mi 




^M 




m HV 



LEE, JERRY - B.A. 
Major: Religion 
Minor: History 




MONTFORT, JUDY - B.S. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: English 




LEWIS, JOSEPH - B.A. 
Major: Religion 
Minor: Business Adm. 



LUBEGA, SETH - B.A. 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Chemistry 




MADDOX, SANFORD - B.A. 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Religion 




THOMPSON, CHERYL- B.S. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: English 



McKENZIE, NAOMI - B.S. 
Major: Home Economics 
Minor: Chemistry 



McMillan, witnel 

Major: Religion 
Minor: Business Adm, 



- B.A. 





McNEALY, THOMAS- B.A. 
Major: Religion 
Minor: History 

127 




PEARSON, MYRI - B.S. 
Major: Home Economics 
Minor: Behavioral Sci. 
Secondary Ed. 





PRIDE, LORRAINE- B.A. 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Sociology 



PEARSON, WALTER - B.A. 

Major: Religion 

Minor: Biblical Languages 




REID, 1ALSTEAD - 
Major;logy 
& A^mistry 



B.A. 



JACKSON, JOYCE E. 4 
Major: Mathematics 
Minor: Secondary.EH 



B.A, 



n„ TI .„u * 



SCOTT, MORRIS - B.A. 
Major: Religion 
Minor: Sociology 





STOVALL, EDWARD 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Sociology 



B.A. 



SEALES, ULRICA - B.S. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: English 
Sociology 






SWAN, LLEWELYN - B.S. 
Major: Business Adm. 
Minor: Sociology 



TAYLOR, ROSA - B.S. 
Major: Business Adm. 
Minor: Secondary Ed. 




STRAFORD, HARRY- B.A. 
Major: Religion 
Minor: History 



THOMAS, SANDRA - B.S. 
Major: Home Economics 
Minor: Sociology 




THOMPSON, CHERYL- B.S. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: English 




THONGS, LAWRENCE- B.A. 
Major: Religion 
Business Adm. 
Minor: Accounting 



TURNER, BARBARA - B.A. 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Behavioral Sci. 
Secondary Ed. 



THOMPSON, AUBREY- B.A. 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Religion 





WALKER, HORACE- B.A. 
Major: Chemistry 
Minor: Biology 

129 










WARDELL, ROGER- B.A. 
Major: History 
Minor: Secondary Ed. 
Sociology 





WATKINS, THEODORE 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Chemistry 



B.A. 



WARDEN, IVAN - B.A. 
Major: Religion 
Minor: History 




WATSON, JANICE- B.S. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: English 



WIGFALL, MARY - B.S. 
Major: Home Economics 
Minor: Secondary Ed. 
Sociology 





RADNEY, FLORENCE- B.S. 
Major: Elementary Ed. 
Minor: English 



' " - '"V N 



BYNUM, FRANCES- B.A. 
Major: Behavioral Sci. 
Minor: History 



Non-Graduates 




CAMPBELL, CALVIN 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Secondary Ed. 




NILES, WILLIAM 
Major: Business Adm. 
Minor: Accounting 



SMALL, ALFONSO 
Major: Biology 
Minor: Secondary Ed. 




WEITHERS, JOSEPH 
Major: Biology 
Minox: Physics 



131 




'■ 







Class Officers 

Phillip Carey President 

Helvius Thompson _____ -Vice-President 

Ruth Howard Secretary 

Nyoka Collie — — - — - — ------ — .__. Asst. Secretary 

Gabriel Hunt — — - — — - — - — - — -- Treasurer 

James White Asst. Treasurer 

Meretle Wilson Parliamentarian 

Oliver McKinney — - — — - — ------- chaplain 

Prof. J. Camara Sponsor 





I 

w 1 

Cleveland, Celia La. 

Collie, Nyoka Bahamas 

Cooper, Gilbert Mich. 

Craig, Donna Fla. 





Carey, 
Cartwri 



Phillip 

ght, Edward 



Fla. 
•Fla. 



Allen, Charles N. Y. 

Avery, Samuel N. Y. 

Bowie, Irene Ga. 

Bowie, Loraine — -- — - — - Ga. 





mJm!^^ 



Daniel, Kenneth -Can. 

Daniels, Kathern Ala. 

Davis, Carolyn Md. 

Dent, Patricia Tenn. 




134 



&m 



Green, Wynona — ------- -pia. 

Grissom, Evelyn — --- — -- jvld. 
Guy, Phyllis Tenn. 

Hannum, Joy Tenn. 




Henry, Vida N. Y 

Herman, Ignatius Ala 

Howard, Ruth N. J 

Hughley, Gertis Mich 




W iff' 



f 






*#** 




WSBKsk 



(a J* 



Lankford, Joan - 
Lennear, Helen 



N. J. 
Ohio 



Jenkins, Carita Ga. 

Johnson, Barbara S. C. 

Johnston, Bernard -____ Ohio 

Jones, Furman — Ga. 






I 




135 




Mays, Verna Miss. 

Miles, Norman Ohio 

Miller, Emerson La. 

Mills, David Tobago 




McKinney, Oliver — N. Mex. 

Nichols, Robert — — _____ T ex . 

Penick, Gerald Calif. 

Preston,- John - - - - S. C. 




JB-TfrnrnT 



Thompson, Helvius La. 

Tucker, Michael Ala, 

Turner, Pauline W. I. 

Wallen, Victor N. Y. 



Mitchell, Wilma Ohio 

Moses, Gilda — La. 






rc 



X 



J 




Rashford, Eardell N. Y. 

Robinson, Naomi — - — - — - La. 

Royster, Robert Mich. 

Simons, John — ------ — Tenn. 



Smith, James 
Starks, John - 




**% •**-* 




t__'\ 



136 





West, Frank - Fla. 

White, James ---------- wis. 

Williams, Ronald N. Y. 

Willis, Aldridge Ala 



Wilson, Meretle Mich. 

Woods, Edward Mich. 

Wright, Phillip Ohio 



Penn. 



137 







Class Officers 

Kay Bryson - -■ President 

Herman Davis -Vice-President 

Ruth Hale Secretary 

Susan Davis Asst. Secretary 

Allan Johnston Treasurer 

Isaac Fordjour Parliamentarian 

Henry Holt Chaplain 

James Hoffman Sgt.-at-Arms 

Prof. E. E. Rogers Sponsor 




-.-;;.-,< 





i \ 









X 1 



f 




U l\ 



Baksh, Serzrah T'dad.W.I. 

Barnes, Lelia Kyi 

Barnes, Leonard Calif. 

Beale, David Ala. 

Bethea, Alonzo N. C. 

Bennifield, Shirley - Fla. 

Black, Carol Ohio 

Black, Catherine Md. 

Blackston, Barbara N. C. 

Biggs, Fred N.J. 



Bonner, Janet — - — --- — -Fla. 

Bowman, Barbara Fla. 

Brockenbrough, Letha - - — - - N. J. 
Brown, Benjamin --- — - — Mass. 








ife'fcffe 



Chissell, LaVerne Mich. 

Choice, Donald — — Tex. 

Clarks, Katherine Tex. 

Crimes, Linda ------ — -- Ohio 

Collins, Jessie - — --- — -- ind. 

Davis, Carl S. C. 

Davis, Herman — — — Ga. 

Davis, Susan -- — - N. C. 

Dunbar, Letrish ..__ m # 

Edgecombe, Jason N. Y. 

Ellison, Joyce Fla. 

Finley, Robert Fla. 

Fourjour, Issac Ghana 

Franklin, Beverly Conn. 

Garrett, Ardis Ill 

140 



■ — *\ 

I i 



Brown, Richard S. C. 

Bryson, Kay - N. C. 

Budd, Brenda Md. 

Cantrell, Ronald Mich. 




,0m. 1 












Griffith, Carvason ---- — - w. I. 

Gates, Betty ---------- -Miss. 

Gates, Rhoda — ------ — Miss. 

Gibson, Martha ------- — Fla. 

Green, Equilla --------- Okla. 

Greer, Pearlie - — ------ -Miss. 

Hale, Ruth Ala. 

Hall, John Penn. 

Hampton, Alfred p e nn. 

Hampton, Elestia -------- p e nn. 



Herbert, Kenneth - — --- — - La. f — . ^ 1 

Holt, Henry N. Y. 

Hughes, Loretta 111. ,■'" 

Humphreys, Virgil - Mich. >■ ._ 





Johnston, Allan Ohio 

Jones, Earl Fla. 

Jones, Ellen Ga. 

Kathare, Daniel E. Afr. 

La Count, Alvin Ga. 

Lane, Jacqueline Fla. 

Lewis, Diane Penn. 

Lewis, Joyce Fla. 

Lightbourne, Wilma - ' Bermuda 

Mays, Phillip - -Ala. 

Mills, John S. C. 

Mitchell, Sharon Ga. 

Monroe, Ceasar -- — - — - N. C. 

Moore, Nancy 111. 

McCray, Janice Fla. 



^t Hunt, Pierre N. Y. 

Jack, Jeannett - — --- — — Del. 

Jackson, Robert Tex. 

Johnson, Anda - — --- — - Mich. 

A 

111 









Payton, Mamie -Ala. 

Reynolds, Albert Ohio 

Rhone, Rebecca Ind. 

Rhue, Sylvia Calif. 

Riley, Constance Ga. 

Robinson, Florestine Miss. 

Robinson, Genoice Mo. 

Sampson, James N. Y. 

Sharon, Floretta Ala. 

Skinner, Sandra Penn. 



Sloan, Edith Md. 

Simons, Richard Calif. 

Smiley, Leler Ala. 

Stafford, Randolph Ohio 




iM 









Vanderberg, Toni N. Y. 

Walker, Erma Jean Fla. 

Walker, Joann Penn. 

Walker, Martha Fla. 

Warfield, Hazel Penn. 

Washington, Kathryn - - - - — Tex. 
Washington, Richard - — - - — 111. 

Webb, Norton N. Y. 

Wesley, Phillip - - N. Y. 

Whipple, Donald - — — Ga. 

Williams, Gloria Calif. 

Williams, James -- Ariz. 

Williams, Thomas -Kan. 

Willis, Cleo N. Y. 

Wright, Clifford Ohio 

142 





Stephens, Lorraine Fla. 

Taylor, Elbert Fla. 

Thomas, Bessie Calif. 

Tynes, Russell - Mich. 




'-ait ,.- ^-»> . 




m 




J^^i^k 






16 

„ f I 

41 



•c» v 




Wright, Debrah Ohio 




Young. Wilbur — -- Ala 



143 




Class Officers 

James Warren President 

Rose Mapp Vice-President 

Carmen Fuentes -- — - — — - — - — -Secretary 

Irene Starks — Asst. Secretary 

David Jones - — — - — - — — - — — - Treasurer 

Buford Griffith Asst. Treasurer 

Samuel Branch -____-. chaplain 

James Brockenbrough Sgt.-at-Arms 

Prof. H. L. Anthony Sponsor 




Alexander, Ida N. Y. 

Alexander, Norma - Calif. 

Alexander, Rosenda N. Y. 

Anderson, LeRoy Ga. 

Arnold, Janice Tenn. 

Ashley, Vashti Penn. 

Baker, Edward - — Mich. 

Barley, James Ala. 

Barnes, David Penn. 

Barnes, Regina — -- Ohio 

Beale, Vincent Ala. 

Bell, Richard Ohio 

Black, Barry Md. 

Bodden, Alva Fla. 

Booker, Lynnette — - - Kan. 

Bowden, Judith -111. 

Bowden, Karen 111. 

Bradford, Andrea Ala. 

Braggs, Andrea Ala. 

Braye, Rosalind Va. 

Brown, Diane -- Mich. 

Brown, Fernanda N.J. 

Brown, Melva S.C. 

Bryant, George Calif. 

Bryant, Georgia Conn. 

Bryant, Jacquline Conn. 

Byrd, Eddie Miss. 

Chester, Brenda N.J. 

Choice, Lonnie — — - - - Tex, 
Clark, Cynthia Fla 

Clarks, Sylvia Tex. 

Clemens, Irma Calif. 

Cobb, Garland Ind. 

Coit, Joseph Arizona 

Connway, Medessa - Ohio 

146 





IS 



/ 






*1 MP %" 4fik£f& 





<*>. .O 



-,3*- •#£. * 



ffv-'^St. 










r 







Cordell, Joyce Ohio 

Crider, Carolyn ------- Calif. 

Crider, George -- — — -- Ohio 
Curry, George -- — — - -D. C. 
Daily, Gail Calif. 

Davis, Alicia -Ohio 

Davis, Elizabeth ... -p e nn. 

Davis, Sammy Ala. 

Davis, Verona - -- Ohio 

Dennis, Samuel Fla. 

Dickerson, William ----- Ohio 

Dilworth, Juanita 111. 

Douglas, Winston -111. 

Drake, Charles Ohio 

Dudley, Bonita Tenn. 

Dulan, Byron - - Calif. 

Dykes, Dorothea — - — - Tenn. 

Earle, Fay N. Y. 

Edwards, Joanne Ohio 

Fewell, Ocilivery N. C. 

Fields, Russell N. Y. 

Fitzgerald, Michael Ky. 

Fordham, Kathy Penn. 

Fraser, Ruth N. Y. 

Fuentes, Carmen N. Y. 

Galley, Cherryl - - -Ala. 

Gaynor, Janice N. Y. 

Goodwin, Pauletta ------ Ala. 

Graham, Deborah - - N. J. 

Griffith, Buford - - Ky. 

Grimmett, Toni -Ala. 

Harris, Gloria _--- va. 

Harris, Margaret — ----- Ala. 

Harris, Retha N. C. 

Harrison, Penny ------- Ohio 

147 



Henderson, Virginia — - — - Ga. 

Henriquez, Claudette — Fla. 

Henley, Herbert Ala. 

Hill, James Ohio 

Hill, Laura Ga. 

Highwarden, Sharon Ohio 

Hoffman, James Okla. 

Holloman, Audrey - Fla. 

Horton, Walter - Calif. 

Hudson, Roberta Conn. 

Jackson, Rose Ala. 

James, Janviere Tex. 

Jenkins, Noretta Tenn. 

Johnson, Constance Mich. 

Johnson, Dessie Ind. 

Johnson, Evelyn 111. 

Johnson, Julia Ala. 

Jones, David S. C. 

Justiss, Joan D. C. 

Kennedy, Anthony - Calif. 

Knight, Willie Ky. 

Ladson, Russell 111. 

Lankford, Jacqueline -N. J. 

Lawhorne, Joyce Fla. 

Lewis, Gloria Ark. 

Liburd, Benjamin Ga. 

Linder, Joan -Calif. 

Lockett, Johnny — — - — Miss. 

Lockett, Megellan - Miss. 

Lowery, Donald N.C. 

Lucas, Laurence — Miss. 

Mapp, Rose -Bermuda 

Martin, Lajean Tenn. 

Martin, Princess -Fla. 

Mason, Cynthia N. J. 

148 















^Hr MBbk ^A. "^— 

j 



Picture 

Not 

Available 



.•<# ^ f 









I 







-' 



At 




jsf % 





/* 



4r£ 











^ 



-~* 




Maye, Betty Miss. 

Mays, Callie — ------ Miss. 

Merriweather, Michael Calif. 

Meyers, Anthony 111. 

Miller, Eugene Ohio. 

Mitchell, Carlton Calif. 

Mitchell, Michael - - — - - Tex. 
Morman, Diane - - — - - - Conn. 

Morris, Donald N. Y. 

Mosby, Dennis - — - — — Penn. 

Moss, Lucius Tenn. 

Mullins, Edward — - - - — Tex. 
Musson, Sylvan - - — — Bermuda 

McCall, Stanley Ala. 

McCray, Alvanna Del. 

McGinnis, Bettye Ala. 

McGlory, Don Okla. 

McGlory, Gilbert Okla. 

McKinney, Anthony Bahamas 

McKinney, Bertha Ga. 

McNeil, James D. C. 

McNeill, Sylvia D. C. 

McRoy, David Va. 

Nwampka, Theophilus Nigeria 

Okrah, Amos Ghana 

Oyoyo, Arnold Ala. 

Page, Deseree - - - Miss. 

Page, Lizzie Miss. 

Paschal, Lee Tenn. 

Patton, Mary Ala. 

Peele, Patricia — — — -- Va. 

Pyronneau, Ruth N. Y. 

Rogers, Ernest Ala. 

Rogers, Marguerite N. Y. 

149 




Rountree, Samuel N. J. ^'T^f \ 

Ruff, Lloyd Calif. 

Sakie, Joseph D. C. 

Santiago, Daniel N. Y. 

Sherrod, Oscar ---- — — ind. 

// 

Sherrod, Winifred Ind. 

Simmons, Linda Ala. 

Simpson, Geraldine — - — - Ind. 

Simpson, William -N. Y. 

Small, Daphne N. Y. 

Spears, Carl Calif. 

Starks, Irene — — Penn. -«•*- \ 

Steens, Jacqueline Ind. 

Stewart, Audrey Va. 

Stewart, Lawrence Ohio. Z. 

Stewart, Rolondo Calif. m 

Stone, Gwendolyn Calif. ff "3H fl£n 

Taylor, Margaret Penn. 

Thomas, Edna N. C. _."'., 4^ 

Thomas, Patricia N. Y. ^i^ M 

mm m 

Thorpe, Janice N. Y. 

Tarver, John Ind. 

Tramel, Rachel N. Y. 

Tucker, Joyce N, J. 

Tucker, Patricia — -Tenn. 

Vaz, Kenneth Ja.W.I. f^. ^3, 

Wade, Leola N. C. 

Walker, Qued all D. C. 

Ward, Maureen W.I. 

Ware, Stanley Ala. 

Warren, Juanita N. C. JPjf 

Washington, Hubert — - — Ohio ' Jk^,^^ 

Weeks, Laurence W. I. 

Wells, William Calif. 

White, Jennifer Wis. 

150 




Picture 

Not 

Available 






Mr / 

1 •¥*' «.-/ 







» 1 



4it m*m i 





Ay 



9 










White, Raymond 111. 

Whyte, David W. I. * 

Wilkerson, Tyrone - Okla. 1&* w 

Williams, Lorine Ala. " <m J^ M M 

Williams, Norward Conn. ^filL fl \ 

MM M 

Willis, Linda N. Y. 

Wilson, Jacinta - Mich. 

Wilson, Rosa N. C. ■* ' 

Winbush, Raymond Ohio 

Wrice, Evelyn D. C. 

Yates, Naomi Tenn. 

Young, Ernest Ala. 

Hendricks, Geraldine Tenn. 

Lewis, Naomi D. C, 






^ 



151 



-i " - . 



Commencement 




The faculty join in the final preparation. 




AIM 

TO REACH BEYOND 





Platform guests at the baccalaureate service. Elder Silburn Reid (third 
from right) was the speaker. 



Drs. Hale and Proctor begin the procession. 



152 





Dr. Dewitt Proctor, President of the Institute for Services to 
Education, speaks at commencement. 




Dr. Hale as he confers the degrees on the candidates. 




A section of the degree candidates. 





Graduates at the President's reception following the commence- 
ment exercises. 



Lela Gooding, who graduated with highest distinction, receives 
her degree from President Hale. 



153 




The College Choir, under the direction of Professor Harold Anthony, at 
the commencement. 




David Reid, president of the class, receives his degree. 



154 



i 




Dr. Hale at the dedication of Carter Hall. The dedication took place after the com- 
mencement exercises. 




The trumpeters at the dedication ceremonies. 




Brenda Spraggins sings "My Hope is Built on 
Nothing Less". 



155 



THE EDITOR EXPRESSES HIS HEARTFELT APPRECIATION TO ALL 
WHO HELPED TO MAKE THIS YEARBOOK A POSSIBILITY. A SPECIAL 
THANK- YOU TO MISS PAULA WEST, WHO JOINED THE STAFF AT A 
LATE HOUR, AND WHO WORKED CONSISTENTLY UNTIL THE COMPLE- 
TION OF THE BOOK. 

Thanks to one and all. 

THE EDITOR 



156 




IN THE SHADOWS OF THE OAKS 



\ 



157 



Alma Mater 



Our dear Oakwood within whose vales 

Thy standards will not fail; 

Our hearts are filled with wondrous cheer 

When thoughts of thee draw near. 

We love thy pines, thy elms, thy oaks, 

And campus always green. 

Thy many flowers and distant mounts, 

Form one impressive scene. 

From states afar and isles of sea 

Thy students come to thee, 

And fain do linger in thy halls 

Enlightened truthfully. 

From nature *s scenes they ever learn 

And study from thy soil; 

Till many more thy works discern 

We'll pray for thee and toil. 

As happy birds come in the spring 
And sing not for their pay, 
Rich, natural melodies they bring, 
Cheering throughout the day. 
We too will serve thee faithfully 
In all we do and say. 
We hope in God, we trust in thee; 
True and loyal we'll be. 

Chorus: 

To thee, our dear Oakwood, 
To thee we shall ever sing. 
For decades thou hast stood; - 
Thy name should ever ring. 
Here we've spent our happy days, 
So we love to sing thy praise, 
And wherever we may be 
We'll always be true to thee, 
Our worthy dear old O. C. 



O. B. Edwards 



Alexander, Ida 

110 W. 7th Street 

Mt. Vernon, New York 10550 

Alexander, Norma 
2975 Hall Avenue 
Riverside, California 92509 

Alexander, Rosenda 

224 Bond Street 

West bury, New York 11590 

Allen, Charles 

P.O. Box 62 Pratt Road 

Brooklyn, New York 14551 

Allen, Mary 
723 Halsey Street 
Brooklyn, New York 11233 

Allen, Theresa 
723 Halsey Street 
Brooklyn, New York 11233 

Anderson, LeRoy 
4111 Campbell Street 
Savannah, Georgia 

Anderson, Ruth 

568 E. 166 Street, Apt 9 

Bronx, New York 10456 

Anderson, Linda 
1312 Alabama 
Tallahassee, Florida 

Arnold, Janice 
617 Cherry Street 
Knoxville, Tennessee 
37914 

Arthur, Earl 

4418 Circle View Blvd. 

Los Angeles, California 

90043 

Ashley, Vashti 

1311 S. Divinity Street 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

19143 

Avery, Samuel 

120 W. 123rd. Street 

New York, New York 10027 

Baker, Edward 
1398 Anderson Rd. 
Niles, Michigan 49120 

Baker, Paul 

1379 W. 15th Street 

San Bernardino, California 

92404 



Student Directory 
1966-67 

Baker, Trevor 

11 Saint Marks Avenue 

Brooklyn, New York 11217 

Baksh, Serzrah 
22 Carib Street 
San Fernando, Trinidad, W.I. 

Ballard, Charles 
P.O. Box 149 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Banks, Halsey 
278 Hough Avenue 
Bridgeport, Connecticut 
06608 

Barber, Herbert 
473 Yougene Curve 
Montgomery, Alabama 36104 

Barley, James 
Route 1, Box 228 
Huntsville, Alabama 
35810 

Barnes, David 

#3 Vine Street 

Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania 

12666 

Barnes, Lelia 
Route 1, Box 146 
Berea, Kentucky 
40403 

Barnes, Leonard 
650 Pyramid Street 
San Diego, California 
92111 

Barnes, Patience 

#3 Vine Street 

Mt. Pleasant, Pennsylvania 

12666 

Barnes, Regina 
311 W. Pleasant 
Springfield, Ohio 45506 

Battles, William 
1520 Havens Court 
Oakland, California 94612 

Beale, David 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Beale, Mark 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 



Beale, Vincent 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Bell, Richard 

12308 Chesterfield Avenue 

Cleveland, Ohio 44129 

Belton, Eddie 

407 Willis Avenue 

High Point, North Carolina 

27260 

Benefield, Shirley 

P.O. Box 573 

Jupiter, Florida 33458 

Bennett, Melle 
1320 N.E. 17th. 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 
73111 

Bernard, Michael 
1150 President Street 
Brooklyn, New York 11231 

Bethea, Alonzo 
277 Cape Fear Court 
Fayetteville, N. C. 28303 

Biggs, Frederick 
209 Eldridge Avenue 
Trenton, New Jersey 
08638 

Black, Barry 
2610 Francis Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 21217 

Black, Carol 

725 N. Upland Avenue 

Dayton, Ohio 45417 

Black, Catherine 
2610 Francis Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 
21217 

Blackston, Barbara 
801 E. Nash Street 
Wilson, North Carolina 27893 

Bodden, Alva 
4612 38th Street 
Tampa, Florida 33610 

Bonner, Janet 
P.O. Box 310 
Bradley, Florida 33835 

Bonney, Susan 
957 Piatt Street 



159 



Bridgeport, Connecticut 
06606 

Booker, Lynnette 
825 Waverly Avenue 
Kansas City, Kansas 66101 

Boon, Clarence 
4192 N. 16th Street 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53209 

Boone, Vesta 
2109 Land Street 
Cinnaminson, New Jersey 
08077 

Bovell, Philip 

135 Tapscott Street 

Brooklyn, New York 11212 

Bowden, Judith 
1627 Clifton Avenue 
Rockford, Illinois 61102 

Bowden, Karen 
1627 Clifton Avenue 
Rockford, Illinois 61102 

Bowie, Irene 
2297 Carver Drive 
Atlanta, Georgia 30314 

Bowie, Lorraine 
2297 Carver Drive 
Atlanta, Georgia 30314 

Bradford, Andrea 
Alabama A. & M. College 
Normal, Alabama 35762 

Bradley, James 

385 S. Highland Avenue 

Columbus, Ohio 43223 

Braggs, Andrea 
3831 7th Avenue 
Bessemer, Alabama 35020 

Branch, Samuel 
3147 Hilda Road 
Memphis, Tennessee 38109 

Brangman, Ashfield 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Braye, Rosalind 

617 Marshall Avenue 

Norfolk, Virginia 23504 

Brockenbrough, James 
1532 Swedesboro Avenue 
Paulsboro, New Jersey 08066 

Brockenbrough, Letha 
1532 Swedesboro Avenue 
Paulsboro, New Jersey 08066 



160 



Bronner, Elouise 

7800 Chadwell Rd. S.W. 

Huntsville, Alabama 35802 

Brown, Benjamin J. 

31 Bryant Street 

Maiden, Massachusetts 02148 

Brown, Diane 

2035 Ferry Park 

Detroit, Michigan 48208 

Brown, Fernanda 

549 Merchant Street 

Cherry Hill, New Jersey 08034 

Brown, Lowell 
423 John Street 
Florence, South Carolina 
29501 

Brown, Melva 
P.O. Box 316 
McClellanville, S.C. 29458 

Brown, Richard 
P.O. Box 316 
McClellanville, S.C. 29458 

Browne, Benjamin P. 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Browne, DeLeon 
Industrious Hill 
Cat Island, Bahamas 

Bryant, George 
286 Pepper Street 
Pasadena, California 91003 

Bryant, Georgia 
140 Buddington Road 
Groton, Connecticut 06340 

Bryant, Jacquline 
140 Buddington Road 
Groton, Connecticut 06340 

Bryant, Luther 

140 Buddington Road 

Groton, Connecticut 06340 

Brysen, Kay 

2705 Gilmer Avenue 

Winston-Salem, N.C. 27105 

Budd, Brenda 

Box 14, Brooke Road 

Brinklow, Maryland 20 727 

Burks, Bobby 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Burks, Estherlene 
Route 1, Box 418 
Toney, Alabama 35773 



Bynum, Frances 

4900 Oakwood College 

Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Byrd, Eddie 

4204 Kings Road Avenue 

Jackson, Mississippi 39213 

Campbell, Calvin 

3610 Broadway 

New York, New York 10030 

Cantrell, Ronald 

35325 VanBorn 

Wayne, Michigan 48184 

Carey, John 

10945 S. W. 220th Street 

Goulds, Florida 33176 

Carey, Phillip 

10945 S. W. 220th Street 

Goulds, Florida 33176 

Cartwright, Edward 
131 N. W. 7th Avenue 
Dania, Florida 33304 

Cayton, Molissie 
5044 S. 21st. Place 
Phoenix, Arizona 85040 

Chester, Brenda 

394 Tower Street 

Vaux Hall, New Jersey 07088 

Chisolm, Joyce 

115-53 201st Street 

St. Albans, New York 11412 

Chissell, LaVerne 
911 Fondulac Avenue 
Muskogee, Oklahoma 74401 

Choice, Donald 
2750 Morgan Drive 
Dallas, Texas 72240 

Choice, Lonnie 
2750 Morgan Drive 
Dallas, Texas 72240 

Clark, Cynthia 

1977 West 16th Street 

Jacksonville, Florida 32209 

Clarks, Katherine 
8328 Parnell Street 
Houston, Texas 77051 

Clarks, Sylvia 
8328 Parnell Street 
Houston, Texas 77051 

Clemens, Irma 
23216 Lisa Lane 
Mountain View, California 94040 



Cleveland, Celia 

1330 Cambronne Street 

New Orleans, Louisiana 70118 

Cobb, Garland 
1170 W. 28th Street 
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208 

Coit, Joseph 

6420 S. 16th Street 

Phoenix, Arizona 85004 



Daniel, Kenneth 
Rest Haven Hospital 
Sidney B. C, Canada 

Daniels, Kathern 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Davis, Alicia 

1320 Glover Avenue 

Dayton, Ohio 45427 



Dixon, Harry 

120 W. 123rd Street 

New York, New York 10027 

Douglas, Winston 

9100 S. Stewart Avenue 

Chicago, Illinois 60620 

Downes, William 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 



Collie, Nyoka 
P. O. Box 4792 
Nassau, Bahamas 



Davis, Carl 

718 Roosevelt Circle 

Florence, South Carolina 29501 



Drake, Charles 
2197 E. 95th Street 
Cleveland, Ohio 44106 



Collins, Jessie Mae 
1629 Washington Street 
Gary, Indiana 46402 



Davis, Carolyn 

3304 Piedmont Avenue 

Baltimore, Maryland 21216 



Dudley, Bonita 

1604 White's Creek Pike 

Nashville, Tennessee 37207 



Connor, Jo Ann 

533 E. Dewey 

Flint, Michigan 48505 



Davis, Charissa 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 



Dulan, Byron 

3039 Magnolia Street 

Oakland, California 94608 



Cooper, Gilbert 
Route 3, Box 163 
Cassopolis, Michigan 49031 

Cordell, Joyce 
807 Stump Lane 
Springfield, Ohio 15506 

Craig, Donna 

1400 "R" Avenue, Box 3032 

West Palm Beach, Florida 

33402 

Crider, Carolyn 

1425 1/2 W. 48th Street 

Los Angeles, California 90062 

Crider, George 
10510 Frank Avenue 
Cleveland, Ohio 44106 

Crimes, Linda 

2455 Soldiers Home Road 

Dayton, Ohio 45418 

Crosby, Judy 

Route 7, Box 287 

Laurel, Mississippi 39940 

Cullar, Julius 

118 Pomar Street 

St. Augustine, Florida 32084 

Curry, George 

5104 N. Capitol Street, N. W. 

Washington, D. C. 20011 

Daily, Gail 

12211 S. Central Avenue 

Los Angeles, California 90059 

\ 
Damon, John 

1313 N. Main Street 

Winston-Salem, N. C. 27105 



Davis, Elizabeth 

Box 284 

Pine Forge, Pennsylvania 19548 

Davis, Harry 

785 Saxon Avenue 

Memphis, Tennessee 38126 

Davis, Herman 
204 A Adam Court 
Savannah, Georgia 31401 

Davis, Hilda 
Route 1, Box 273 
Millsboro, Delaware 19966 

Davis, Susan 

312 South 14th Street 

Wilmington, North Carolina 

28907 

Davis, Verona 
1320 Glover Avenue 
Dayton, Ohio 45427 

Davis, Willie 

158 Columbia Avenue 

Rochester, New York 14608 

Dent, Patricia 
617 Nocturne Drive 
Nashville, Tennessee 37209 

Dennie, Samuel 

906 1/2 W. Dent Street 

Tallahassee, Florida 32304 

Dickerson, William 
RR# 2, Box 447-D 
Germantown, Ohio 45327 

Dixon, Donald 
1450 2nd Place 
Des Moines, Iowa 44514 



Dulan, Irwin 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Dunbar, Letrish 

10209 Union 

Chicago, Illinois 60628 

Dykes, Dorothea 
3140 Hydes Ferry Road 
Nashville, Tennessee 3 7208 

Earle, Faye 

171 Columbia Avenue 

Rochester, New York 14608 

Edgecombe, Jason 

373 Lincoln Avenue 

New Rochelle, New York 10801 

Ellison, Joyce 

16520 N. W. 24th Avenue 

Opa-Lacka, Florida 33054 

Fenison, Ernestine 

6342 Linsdale 

Detroit, Michigan 48209 

Ferguson, John 

1801 Vale Street 

Durham, North Carolina 27703 

Fewell, Oclivery 

1305 Pisgah Church Road 

Greensboro, North Carolina 2 7408 

Fields, Russell 
585 Logan Street 
Brooklyn, New York 11208 

Finley, Robert 

2015 N. W. 6th PI. #5 

Miami, Florida 33127 



161 



Fitzgerald, Michael 
#27 Anderson Court 
Paducah, Kentucky 42001 

Flemming, Janice 
2933 Stanton Street 
Berkeley, California 94702 

Ford, Dollie 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Forbes, Kenneth 
Northsides Apts. , 2E 
Dover, New Jersey 07801 

Fordham, Kathy 
1220 N. Broad Street 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
19121 

Fordjour, Issac 

H/No. M. E. 83 Ashanti New Town 

Kumasi, Ghana 

Foster, Henry 

3227 W. Euclid 

Detroit, Michigan 48206 

Foster, James 

932 E. 226th Street 

New York, New York 10466 

Foster, Jerome 

3227 W. Euclid 

Detroit, Michigan 48206 

Franklin, Beverly 

78 Ivy Street 

New Haven, Connecticut 86511 

Fraser, Ruth 

170-26 Foch Boulevard 

Frazier, William 
1106 Wall Street 
Norfolk, Virginia 23504 

Fuentes, Carmen 
15 St. Clair Street 
Rochester, New York 14611 

Furlow, Delores 

83 5th Avenue 

New Rochelle, New York 10801 

Galley, Cherryl 
4908 Oakwood Road 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Gardner, Eneldani 
12416 Rexford 
Cleveland, Ohio 44105 

Gardner, Lloyd 
3524 Clinton Street 

Minneapolis, Minnesota 55408 



Garrett, Ardis 

342 W. 91st. Place 

Chicago, Illinois, 60620 

Gaskins, Harold 

1706 Beaufort Street 

New Bern, North Carolina 28562 

Gaskins, Rosa 

1706 Beaufort Street 

New Bern, North Carolina 28562 

Gates, Betty 

3528 21st. Street 

Gulfport, Mississippi 39501 

Gates, Rhoda 

3528 21st. Street 

Gulfport, Mississippi 39501 

Gaynor, Janice 

99 Winthrop Avenue 

Elmsford, New York 10523 

Gibson, Charles 

761 Perry Avenue 

Camden, New Jersey 08104 

Gibson, Martha 

2330 N. W. 71 Terrace 

Miami, Florida 10047 

Gilbert, Beverly 

149 West Lake Avenue 

Atlanta, Georgia 30311 

Gilbert, Robert 

5265 W. Jefferson Street 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

19131 

Gill, John 

1015 Exchange Street 

Rochester, New York 14614 

Golson, William 
7978 Siskins Ave 
Jacksonville, Florida 32219 

Gooding, Lela 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Goodwin, Pauletta 
1215 23rd Street 
Birmingham, Alabama 35218 

Graham, Deborah 
451 Caterine Street 
Elizabeth, New Jersey 07201 

Gray, Stella 

849 Peerless Avenue 

Akron, Ohio 44320 

Green, Arnold- 



23 "F" Street, N. E. 
Ardmore, Oklahoma 73401 

Green, Equilla 

23 "F" Street, N. E. 

Ardmore, Oklahoma 73401 

Green, Wynona 

114 N. Gadson Street 

Ocala, Florida 32670 

Greene, Hilton 
Nabaclis Village 
E.C.D., Guiana 

Greer, Pearlie 
1008 Broad Street 
Greenwood, Mississippi 38931 

Griffith, Atha 
1630 Prentice Street 
Louisville, Kentucky 40210 

Griffith, Buford 
1630 Prentice Street 
Louisville, Kentucky 40210 

Griffith, Carvason 
Josey-Hill, St. Lucy 
Barbados, West Indies 

Grimmett, Toni 

503 Adams Street 

Tuskegee Inst., Alabama 36088 

Guy, Phyllis 

790 Bullington 

Memphis, Tennessee 38106 

Hale, Ruth 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Hall, Ruth 

Route 3, Box 236-A 

Ahoskie, North Carolina 27910 

Hall, John 

1836 Green Street 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19130 

Hampton, Alfred 
3552 N. 23rd. Street 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140 

Hampton, Elestia 
3552 N. 23rd Street 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140 

Hampton, Leroy 
3552 N. 23rd Street 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140 

Hannum, Joy 

1701 Western Avenue, N.W. 

Knoxville, Tennessee 37921 









162 



Harden, Eddie 
2017 Whistler Street 
Prichard, Alabama 36610 

Harris, Elroger 
1220 Virginia Street 
Lynchburg, Virginia 24504 

Harris, Gloria 
1220 Virginia Street 
Lynchburg, Virginia 24504 

Harris, Joan 

Rt. 3, Box 217 

Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Harris, Margaret 
522 Smythe Curve 
Montgomery, Alabama 36104 

Harris, Nana 

R. D. #3 

Parker, Pennsylvania 16049 

Harrison, Penny 
236 E. Liberty 
Springfield, Ohio 45505 

Hawkins, Gloria 
8011 Cory Avenue 
Cleveland, Ohio 14103 

Hayden, Janice 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Henderson, Virginia 
Route 1, Box 240 
Lithonia, Georgia 30058 

Hendricks, Geraldine 

700 Clay Street 

Nashville, Tennessee 37208 

Henriquez, Claudette 

933 West 3rd. Street 

Riviera Beach, Florida 33404 

Henley, Herbert 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Henry, Vida 

154 Kingsboro 1st. Walk 

Brooklyn, New York 11233 

Herbert, Byron 
711 Filmore Street 
Kenner, Louisiana 70062 

Herman, Ignatius 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Herron, Sheila 

4709 Piney Branch Rd., N. W. 

Washington, D. C. 20011 



Hill, James 

3707 East 110th Street 

Cleveland, Ohio 44105 

Hill, Laura 

97 Arcadia Circle 

Atlanta, Georgia 30314 

Huffman, James 

Rt. 1, Box 115 

Dustin, Oklahoma 74839 

Holland, Sandra 
842 West 29th Street 
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208 

Holland, Sharon 
842 West 29th Street 
Indianapolis, Indiana 46208 

Holloman, Audrey 
927 Reiman Street 
Jacksonville, Florida 32209 

Holt, Henry 

635 Alabama Avenue 

Brooklyn, New York 11207 

Horton, Walter 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Howard, Julia 

504 Crescent Street 

Hot Springs, Arkansas 71901 

Howard, Ruth 

8 Rose Street 

Trenton, New Jersey 08638 

Howell, Halstead 
"Sweet-Field, " Checker Hall 
St. Lucy, Barbados 

Hughes, Loretta 

P. O. Box 144 

Hopkins Park, Illinois 60944 

Hughes, Mary 

3023 Anderson Avenue 

Fort Myers, Florida 33901 

Hughley, Gertis 

109 South Blvd. West 

Pontiac, Michigan 48053 

Humphrey, Raymond 

Pine Forge Institute 

Pine Forge, Pennsylvania 19548 

Humphrey, Wayne 

Pine Forge, Institute 

Pine Forge, Pennsylvania 19548 

Humphreys, Virgil 
25082 Sumpter Road 
Bellevillie, Michigan 48111 



Hunt, Gabriel 

591 Snediker Avenue 

Brooklyn, New York 11207 

Hunt, Pierre 

591 Snediker Avenue 

Brooklyn, New York 11207 

Hurt, James 

725 S. Ithan Street 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

19143 

Hyder, Arif 

6415 Deramus N. W. 

Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Jackson, Brenda E. 
1106 Oakwood Avenue 
Richmond, Virginia 23223 

Jackson, Brenda J. 
1543 East 66th Place 
Chicago, Illinois 60636 

Jackson, Joyce E. 
Route 2, Box 463 
La Grange, North Carolina 28551 

Jackson, Robert 
1405 Lenway Street 
Dallas, Texas 75215 

Jackson, Rose 
469 Theta Street 
Birmingham, Alabama 35205 

James, Janviere 
2946 Dragonwick 
Houston, Texas 77045 

Jenkins, Carita 
706 A Hull Drive 
Savannah, Georgia 31404 

Jenkins, Noretta 
4031 Chandler Avenue 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 37410 

Jemison, Marvin 

18110 Dean 

Detroit, Michigan 48234 

Johnson, Albert D. 
1704 Brandontown Road 
Huntsville, Alabama 38505 

Johnson, Anda M. 

Box 408 

Baldwin, Michigan 

Johnson, Barbara 
640 W. Liberty Street 
Sumter, South Carolina 29150 

Johnson, Edgrick 
1106 W. 22 Place 
Gary, Indiana 46407 



163 



Johnson, Constance 

Box 408 

Baldwin, Michigan 49304 

Johnson, Dessie 

1107 Duey Street 

South Bend, Indiana 46617 

Johnson, Evelyn 

3808 W. Polk 

Chicago, Illinois 60624 

Johnson, Lillian 

1704 Brandontown Road 

Huntsville, Alabama 35805 

Johnson, Paul 

316 W. 112th Street 

New York, New York 10026 

Johnston, Allan 

16216 Cloverside Avenue 

Cleveland, Ohio 44128 

Johnston, Bernard 

16216 Cloverside Avenue 

Cleveland, Ohio 44128 

Jones, Bettye 
1322 East 12 th 
Austin, Texas 78703 

Jones, David L. 
Route 4, Box 23 
Andrews, South Carolina 29510 

Jcnes, David W. 
Bo/ 197 

Oakvood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Jones, Earl 

418 N. Reus Street 

Pensacola, Florida 32501 

Jones, Ellen 

114 Victor Circle, N. W. 

Atlanta, Georgia 30314 

Jones, Emma 

364 W. Oak Street 

Chicago, Illinois 60610 

Jones, Furman 
1124 Kent Street 
Augusta, Georgia 30901 

Joyner, Vern 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 



Kathare, Daniel 
Kanyuru S.D.A. School 
P. O. Mwingi 
Kenya, East Africa 

Kelley, Brenda 
1604 Avenue U 
Birmingham, Alabama 35208 

Kennedy, Anthony 

3878 1/2 South Hobart Blvd. 

Los Angeles, California 90062 

Kibler, Gilford 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Kidd, Jayne 

4311 Vincennes Avenue 

Chicago, Illinois 60653 

Knight, Willie 

662 Lindell 

Louisville, Kentucky 42011 

Korgan, James 

Route 1, Box 156 

Laceys Spring, Alabama 35754 

Lacy, Lucile 
Route 1, Box 156 
Toney, Alabama 35773 

La Count, Alvin 
2121 Gordon Street 
Brunswick, Georgia 31520 

Ladson, Russell 
2201 E. 70th Street 
Chicago, Illinois 60649 

Lake, David 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Lane, Jacqueline 

3123 Lafayette Street 

Fort Meyers, Florida 20022 

Lankford, Joan 

3 Kirkpatrick Lane 

West Caldwell, New Jersey 07007 

Larson, Karl 

4800 Rutledge Drive 

Huntsville, Alabama 35805 

Lewhorn, Anita 

158 Columbia Avenue 

Rochester, New York 14608 



Lee, Carlesta 

46 Perry Avenue 

Norwich, Connecticut 06360 

Lee, Jerry 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Lennear, Helen 
8007 Kinsman Road 
Cleveland, Ohio 44100 

Lewis, Diane 

2808 Penn Avenue 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15222 

Lewis, Gloria 

303 West 5 

Carlisle, Arkansas 72024 

Lewis, Joseph 

1331 S.E. 3rd Avenue 

Gainesville, Florida 32601 

Lewis, Joyce 

1331 S. E. 3rd Avenue 

Gainesville, Florida 32601 

Lewis, Naomi 

638 Quebec Place, N. W. 

Washington, D. C. 20010 

Liburd, Benjamin 
114 Victor Circle 
Atlanta, Georgia 30314 

Lightbourne, Wilma 
Lee Cottage #1 
Horse Shoe Bay Road 
Southampton, Bermuda 

Linner, Joan 

8583 Lakeview Avenue 

Riverside, California 92509 

Lister, Margaret 

1844 1/2 South Boulevard 

Dallas, Texas 75215 

Lister, Robert 

1844 1/2 South Boulevard 

Dallas, Texas 75215 

Lockett, Johnny 
1517 Pillar Street 
Jackson, Mississippi 39213 

Lockett, Magellan 
1517 Pillar Street 
Jackson, Mississippi 39213 



Justiss, Joan 

4708 Blagden Avenue 

Washington, D. C. 20011 



Lawrence, Zoe 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 



Lowery, Donald 
113 Overlook Drive 
Winston-Salem, N. C. 27105 



164 



Lubega, Seth 
Kigaya, Mabale 
Box 169 
Hoima, Uganda 

Lucas, Laurence 

416 South 20th Street 

St. Joseph, Missouri 64501 

Maddox, Sanford 
435 Hansberry Street 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144 

Mapp, Clifford 
Friswell's Hill 
Pembroke, Bermuda 

Mapp, Elverton 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Mapp, Rose 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Marsh, Pearl 

Route 2, #2145 

Grass Valley, California 95949 

Marshall, Bryan 
10708 Hampden 
Cleveland, Ohio 44108 

Martin, La Jean 
2981 Yale Avenue 
Memphis, Tennessee 38112 

Martin, Princess 

2583 Minosa Circle, N. 

Jacksonville, Florida 32209 

Martin, Shirley 

607 Cleveland Courts 

Montgomery, Alabama 26108 

Mason, Cynthia 
603 W. State Street 
Trenton, New Jersey 08618 

Maye, Betty 

F-l George Reese Courts 

Meridian, Mississippi 39301 

Mayes, Augusta 
P. O. Box 134 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Mays, Callie 
174 Church Street 
Belzoni, Mississippi 39038 

Mays, Lydia 
Route 4, Box 224 
Savannah, Georgia 31405 



Mays, Phillip 
838 S. 24th Street 
Birmingham, Alabama 35205 

Mays, Verona 
174 Church Street 
Belzoni, Mississippi 39038 

Merriweather, Michael 
12906 Daventry Street 
Pacoima, California 91331 

Meyers, Anthony 

7020 S. Michigan Avenue 

Chicago, Illinois 60637 

Miles, Norman 
162 7 Collingwood 
Toledo, Ohio 43624 

Miller, Leon 

1604 Fairview Avenue 

Willow Grove, Pennsylvania 19090 

Miller, Maynard 
RR #1 Ladona Drive 
Powell, Ohio 43204 

Miller, Shirley 

308 W. Hickory Street 

Cushing, Oklahoma 74023 

Mills, David 
Calder Hall Road 
Scarborough, Tobago 

Mills, John 
Route 2, Box 68 
Ridgeland, South Carolina 
29936 

Mims, Cleophas 
6646 S. Stony Island 
Chicago, Illinois 37606 

Mitchell, Carlton 

3820 Flowers 

Los Angeles, California 90012 

Mitchell, Michael 
3705 Lafayette 
Dallas, Texas 75204 

Mitchell, Sharon 

1503 S. Cleveland Drive 

Albany, Georgia 31705 

Mitchell, Wilma 
5504 Stewart Avenue 
Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 

Monday, Clement 
12 Cameroon 
Aba, Orlu, Nigeria 



Monroe, Carolyn 

R. D. #2 

Emlenton, Pennsylvania 16373 

Monroe, Ceasar 
Route 2, Box 164 
Laurinburg, North Carolina 
28352 

Monroe, Donald 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Monroe, Gracie 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Montfort, Judy 
9213 Cobb Court 
Cleveland, Ohio 44108 

Morales, Phyillis 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Moreland, Millicent 
3147 M. California Street 
Indianapolis, Indiana 46202 

Moore, Nancy 

122 Concord Avenue 

Rockford, Illinois 61102 

Moore, Oliver 
2464 Volga Avenue 
Dallas, Texas 75216 

Morman, Diane 
52 Henry Street 
Stamford, Connecticut 06902 

Morris, Barbara 
2121 Gordon Street 
Brunswick, Georgia 30904 

Morns, Donald 

178-47 Crandall Avenue 

Springfield Gardens 

Long Island, New York 11101 

Mosby, Dennis 

7230 Roosevelt Street 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15235 

Moses, Gilda 

3435 Main Street 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802 

Moss, Lucius 

535 Central Avenue 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 53403 

Mullins, Miller 
4302 Tacoma Street 
Dallas, Texas 75216 



165 



Musson, Sylvan 
Corners Court & Reid St. 
Hamilton, Bermuda 



McGlory, Don 
1605 1/2 N. Bernard 
Oklahoma, Oklahoma 73117 



Parker, Elkin 

Birch Street 4th Avenue 

Carbon Hill, Alabama 35549 



Mallum, Mallum Para 
S.D.A. Million Box 88 
Bukuru, Africa 

Mc Call, Stanley 
2309 Powers Drive 
Huntsville, Alabama 35805 

McCall, Karla 
2309 Powers Drive 
Huntsville, Alabama 35805 

McCray, Alvanna 
Route 1, Box 352 
Millsboro, Delaware 19966 

McCray, Janice 

322 East Dixie Court 

Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33311 

McCullum, Anthony 

2705 West 14th 

Erie, Pennsylvania 16505 

McGee, Carl 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

McGee, Marian 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

McGinnis, Bettye 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

McKenzie, Naomi 
P. O. Box 23 
Port Maria, St. Mary 
Jamaica, W. I. 

McKenzie, Thermutus 
P. O. Box 23 
Port Maria, St. Mary 
Jamaica, W. I. 

McKinney, Bertha 
719 E. Boundry Street 
Manchester, Georgia 31816 

McKinney, James 
Mt. Royal Avenue 
Nassar, Bahamas 

McKinney, Oliver 
616 Edith Blvd., S. E. 
Albuquerque, New Mexico 

McGlory, Gilbert 
1605 1/2 N. Bernard 
Oklahoma, Oklahoma 73117 



McMillan, Witnell 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

McNealy, Thomas 

4709 Piney Branch Rd., N. W. 

Washington, D. C. 20011 

McNeill, Sylvia 
6106 K Street N. E. 
Washington, D. C. 20027 

McRoy, David 
900 Bold Street 
Portsmouth, Virginia 23701 

Nelson, George 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Nelson, Russell 

1530 Poppy Peak Drive 

Pasadena, California 99105 

Nichols, Bettye 
2602 N. Border 
Tyler, Texas 75701 

Nichols, John 
2602 N. Border 
Tyler, Texas 75701 

Niles, William 

6711 Second Street, N.W. 

Washington, D. C. 20012 

Norton, Norris 

P. O. Box 8 

Harvest, Alabama 35749 

Ockletree, Calvin 
Route 1, Box 215 
Lillington, North Carolina 
27546 

Okrah, Amos 
P. O. Box 1 
Ntonso, Ghana 

Osborne, Eless 
7132 Holly Street 
Oakland, California 94621 

Page, Deseree 
1005 31st. Avenue 
Meridian, Mississippi 39301 

Page, Lizzie 
1005 31st. Avenue 
Meridian, Mississippi 39301 



Paschal, Lee 

730 Work Drive 

Nashville, Tennessee 37207 

Patrick, Barbara 
127 Loinell Street 
Orlando, Florida 32805 

Patrick, Mamie 
50 Frazier Place 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Patterson, Mildred 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 

Patton, Mary 
Box 100 

Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Payton, Mamie 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Peak, Robert 

9238 Box Spring Mt. Rd. 

Sunnymead, California 92388 

Pearson, Myri 

7020 South Michigan 

Chicago. Illinois 60637 

Pearson, Walter 

5718 Third Avenue 

Los Angeles, California 90043 

Peele, Patricia 

1100 Merrimac Avenue 

Norfolk, Virginia 23504 

Penick, Gerald 

222 74 Moselle 

Hayward, California 90250 

Phillips, Robert 
Box 163 

Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Preston, John 

966 Campanella Circle 

Columbia, South Carolina 29203 

Pride, Lorraine 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville 35806 

Prime, Phillip 

24 Cooper Street 

San Fernando, Trinidad, W. I. 



166 



. 



Pyronneau, Ruth 
732 Franklin Avenue 
Brooklyn, New York 11238 

Radney, Florence 
17509 Lotus Drive 
Cleveland, Ohio 44128 

Ramsire, Rosie 
405 Nolan Street 
Marshall, Texas 77865 

Rashford, Eardell 

25 St. Nicholas Terrace 

New York, New York 10027 

Ratliff, Cynthia 
2973 School Street 
Oakland, California 94602 

Reid, David 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Reid, James 

543 Monroe Street 

Brooklyn, New York 21221 

Reynolds, Albert 

12118 Lenacrave Avenue 

Cleveland, Ohio 44105 

Rhone, Rebecca 
2417 N. Paris Avenue 
Indianapolis, Indiana 46325 

Rhue, Sylvia 

1045 Worchester Avenue 

Pasadena, California 91107 

Riley, Constance 
813 W. 44th Street 
Savannah, Georgia 31405 

Riley, Issac 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Roberts, Earl 
Oakwood College 
Hunsville, Alabama 35806 

Roberts, Henry 

1890 E. 97 

Cleveland, Ohio 44106 

Robinson, Donald 
1721 Clifton Avenue 
Columbus, Ohio 43203 

Robinson, Florestine 
3637 Woodland Avenue 
Kansas City, Missouri 64109 

Robinson, Genoice 



325 Pollock Place 
Kenner, Louisiana 70062 

Robinson, Naomi 
806 Mrytle Street 
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802 

Robinson, William 
927 Broadview Drive 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15207 

Rogers, Ernest 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Rountree, Samuel 

116 Woodward Street 

Jersey City, New Jersey 7304 

Royster, Robert 

3738 Stockton 

Detroit, Michigan 48217 

Ruff, Lloyd 

1603 Sycamore Drive 

Chula Vista, California 92010 

Sampson, James 
80 Jefferson Street 
Poughkeepsie, New York 12601 

Sampson, Paula 
80 Jefferson Street 
Poughkeepsie, New York 12601 

Sakie, Joseph 

6840 Eastern Avenue N. W. 

Washington, D. C. 20012 

Sanders, James 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Santiago, Daniel 
42 Gates Avenue 
Buffalo, New York 14218 

Scott, Morris 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Seales, Ulrica 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Sharon, Floretta 
4908 Oakwood Road 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Sherrod, Oscar 

2922 S. Tindall Avenue 

Indianapolis, Indiana 46203 

Sherrod, Winifred 
2922 S. Tindall Avenue 



Indianapolis, Indiana 
46203 

Simmons, Linda 
208- 11th Court, West 
Birmingham, Alabama 35204 

Simons, Richard 

11415 S. Wadsworth 
Los Angeles, California 
90059 

Simons, William 
765 Ringgold Drive 
Nashville, Tennessee 37207 

Simons, John 

765 Ringgold Drive 

Nashville, Tennessee 37207 

Simpson, Geraldine 
1110 W. 33rd Street 
Indianapolis, Indiana 46296 

Skinner, Sandra 
937 Fineview Drive 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
15235 

Sloan, Edith 

1507 N. Rose Street 

Baltimore, Maryland 21213 

Small, Alfonso 

532 W. 145th Street 

New York, New York 10031 

Small, Daphne 

3811 Barnes Avenue 

Bronx 67, New York 10462 

Smiley, Leler 
Route 2, Box 342 
Daphne, Alabama 36526 

Smith, Neville 
Box 162 

Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Smith, James 
17 Grimes Street 
Dayton, Ohio 45407 

Spears, Carl 

94 Geneva Avenue 

Boston, Massachusetts 02101 

Spraggins, Brenda 
1405 S. Broadacres 
Compton, California 90220 

Stafford, Randolph 
8619 Wade Park 
Cleveland, Ohio 44103 



167 



Starks, Irene 

P. O. Box 266 

Pine Forge, Pennsylvania 19548 

Starks, John 

P. O. Box 266 

Pine Forge, Pennsylvania 19548 

Steens, Jacqueline 
201 S. Chestnut Street 
South Bend, Indiana 46625 

Stephens, Lorraine 
1568 W. 8th Street 
Jacksonville, Florida 32209 

Stephens, Ralph 
1568 W. 8th- Street 
Jacksonville, Florida 32209 

Stewart, Audrey 

1123 Staunton Avenue N. W. 

Roanoke, Virginia 24016 

Stewart, Lawrence, Jr. 
263 S. Highland 
Columbus, Ohio 43215 

Stewart, Rolondo 

P. O. Box 381 

Alpine, California 92001 

Stovall, Edward 
2801 Colorado Street 
Columbus, Georgia 31906 

Stone, Gwendolyn 

1575 N. Michigan Avenue 

Pasadena, California 91104 

Straford, Harry 

139 W. 128th Street 

New York, New York 10030 

Strock, Joseph 

Box 104 

Ventura, Iowa 50482 

Swan, Llewelyn 

Grand Turk 

Turks, Island, B. W. I. 

Taylor, Elbert 
1903 State Street 
Tampa, Florida 33606 

Taylor, Margaret 

309 Warsaw Street 

Norristown, Pennsylvania 19401 

Taylor, Rosa 

2018 N. W. 3rd Street 

Ocala, Florida 32670 

Thomas, Audrey 
Route 2, Box 621 
Shreveport, Louisiana 71102 



Thomas, Bessie 

1825 Olive 

Long Beach, California 90802 

Thomas, Edna 

520 South 11 Street 

Wilmington, North Carolina 2 8403 

Thomas, James 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Thomas, Patricia 

9 Teramar Way 

Greenburgh, New York 13778 

Thomas, Sandra 

520 South 11 Street 

Wilmington, North Carolina 28403 

Thompson, Cheryl 

P. O. Box 263 

Pine Forge, Pennsylvania 19548 

Thompson, Aubrey 
120 Faculty Lane 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Thompson, Helvius 

2155 Christian Street 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70808 

Thongs, Lawrence 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Towns, Genell 
299 N. 17 Street 
Columbus, Ohio 43203 

Tramel, Rachel 
117 Cady Street 
Rochester, New York 14608 

Tucker, Joyce 

138 School Street 

Piscataway, New Jersey 08854 

Tucker, Patricia 
4995 Horn Lake Road 
Memphis, Tennessee 38109 

Tucker, Michael 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Turner, Barbara (Mrs.) 

Route 1 #44 

Harvest, Alabama 35806 

Turner, Pauline 
Highbury Avenue 
Morant Bay P. O. 
Jamaica 



Turner, Samuel 
1076 Shepherd Lane 
Cincinnati, Ohio 45215 

Tynes, Russell 
Route 1, Box 253 
Hartford, Michigan 49057 

Vanderberg, Toni 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Vaz, Duncan 

West Indies College 

Mandeville, Jamaica 

Vaz, Kenneth 
West Indies College 
Mandeville, Jamaica 

Veal, George 

24 State Street 4-C 

Passaic, New Jersey 07055 

Wade, Geraldine 
Route 2, Box 262 
Wilmington, North Carolina 
28403 

Wade, Leola 
Route 2, Box 262 
Wilmington, North Carolina 
28403 

Walker, Erma Jean 
514 W. 1st Street 
Riviera Beach, Florida 
33404 

Walker, Horace 
1223 Bergen Street 
Brooklyn, New York 11213 

Walker, Joann 
5643 Hunter Street 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
19131 

Walker, Martha 

817 N. 18th 

Palatka, Florida 32077 

Walker, Quedall 

1401 Emerson Street N. W. 

Washington, D. C. 20011 

Wallen, Victor 
623 Putnam Avenue 
Brooklyn, New York 11221 

Ward, Maureen 
Church Hill Street 
St. Lucy 
Barbados, West Indies 



I6£ 



Wardell, Roger 
2519 N. 28th Avenue 
Omaha, Nebraska 68111 

Warden, Ivan 

1486 President Street 

Brooklyn, New York 11213 

Ware, Stanley 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Warfield, Hazel 

3209 Pearl Street 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104 

Warren, James 
810 Dale Street 
Greensboro, North Carolina 
27406 

Warren, Juanita 
810 Dale Street 
Greensboro, North Carolina 
27406 

Washington, Hubert 
1847 Clay Avenue 
Toledo, Ohio 43608 

Washington, Kathryn 
319 Gloria Street 
Alice, Texas 78332 

Washington, Richard 
9729 S. Union 
Chicago, Illinois 60607 

Watkins, Janet 

2694 Liddesdale 

Detroit, Michigan 48217 

Watkins, Theodore 
5305 Scovil 
Cleveland, Ohio 44104 

Watson, Janice 

612 N. Rodney Street 

Wilmington, Delaware 19805 

Webb, Norton 

921 Bruckner Boulevard 

Bronx, New York 10454 

Weekes, Laurence 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Weir, Morris 

703 Chauncey Street 

Brooklyn 11207 

Weithers, Joseph 
3 Barcant Avenue 
Maraval, Trinidad 



Well, Lucious 
1018 Van Buren 
Jacksonville, Florida 32202 

Wells, William 
19226 Harlan Avenue 
Compton, California 90220 

Wesley, Philip 

2185 Amsterdam Avenue 

New York 32, New York 10018 

West, Frank 

621 N. W. 3rd Terrace 

Dania, Florida 33004 

West, Paula 

6836 Demaret Drive 

Sacramento, California 95822 

Westover, Betty 
2811 Academy Drive 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 

Whipple, Donald 
283-A Joel Court 
Savannah, Georgia 31401 

White, David 
Mile Gully P. O. 
Jamaica, West Indies 

White, James 
3232 N. 16th Street 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53206 

White, Jennifer 
3232 N. 16th Street 
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53206 

White, Raymond 
11421 Watkins 
Chicago, Illinois 60643 

Wigfall, Mary 
253 Eagle, Apt. 6F 
Buffalo, New York 14204 

Wilkerson, Tyrone 
2146 N. W. Lottie 
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73117 

Wilkins, Barry 
2214 Bell Avenue 
Huntsville, Alabama 35807 

Williams, Frederick 
1432 Hildreth Avenue 
Columbus, Ohio 43203 

Williams, Gloria 
4522 15th Avenue 
Sacramento, California 95818 

Williams, Iris 

2727 Texas Street 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70502 



Williams, James 
1819 E. Pueblo 
Phoenix, Arizona 85040 

Williams, Lorine 
1508 Yougene Street 
Montgomery, Alabama 36104 

Williams, Norward 
264 East Main Street 
Meriden, Connecticut 06450 

Williams, Ronald 
347 Humbolt Parkway 
Buffalo, New York 14208 

Williams, Thomas 

657 Garfield 

Kansas City, Kansas 66101 

Williams, Ulysses 

2737 Carter 

Detroit, Michigan 48206 

Willis, Aldridge 

114- 60th Street 

Birmingham (Fairfield) Alabama 

35064 

Willis, Cleo 

202 Best Street 

Buffalo, New York 14209 

Willis, Linda 

202 Best Street 

Buffalo, New York 14209 

Wilson, Cleveland 

34 Hutchings 

Boston, Massachusetts 02121 

Wilson, David Floyd 

5021 Seminole 

Detroit, Michigan 48213 

Wilson, Jacinta 

5021 Seminole 

Detroit, Michigan 48213 

Wilson, Meretle 
215 Almyra Avenue 
Monroe, Michigan 48161 

Wilson, Ronld 

24741 E. Hope Street 

San Bernardino, California 9240! 

Wilson, Rosa 

2333 Slater Avenue 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

27101 

Winbush, Raymond 
4441 Parkton Drive 
Warrensville, Heights, Ohio 
44122 



169 



Woodfork, Robert 
1075 N. W. 57th Street 
Miami, Florida 33126 



Wright, Deborah 
RR#2, Box 449 
Germantown, Ohio 45237 



Young, Wilbur 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 



Woods, Edward 

561 North Stevens 

Benton Harbor, Michigan 39082 



Wright, Phillip 
RR#2, Box 449 
Germantown, Ohio 45327 



Yates, Naomi 

3404 Huffaker Street 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 37410 



Wrice, Evelyn 

2426 15th Place S. E. #103 

Washington, D. C. 20020 



Young, Ernest 

614 North Union Circle 

Montgomery, Alabama 36104 



Yates, Rose 
4410 37th Street 
Tampa, Florida 33104 



Wright, Clifford 
RR#2, Box 330-D 
Germantown, Ohio 45327 



OAKWOOD COLLEGE 

STUDENT DIRECTORY 

WINTER QUARTER 

1966-1967 



Alford, Geraldine 

2589 Gladwin 

Detroit, Michigan 48203 



Davis, Sammy Jr. 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 



Highwarden, Sharon 
1157 Fair Avenue 
Columbus, Ohio 43205 



Banks, Walter 

898 Ilimia Court 

Palo Alto, California 94306 



Davis, Willie Jr. 
Route 1, Box 188 
Valdosta, Georgia 31601 



Hudson, Roberta 

727 East Street 

New Britain, Connecticut 06051 



Barnes, Willie 

7541 South Chicago Avenue 

Chicago, Illinois 60617 



Dilworth, Juanita 
912 North Cambridge 
Chicago, Illinois 60610 



Hudson, Rose 

911 N. Sedgwick #806 

Chicago, Illinois 60617 



Black, Beverly 
2610 Francis Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 21217 



Edwards, Joanne 
316 Sams Court 
Akron, Ohio 44387 



Johnson, Julia 

1079 Congress Street 

Mobile, Alabama 36603 



Black, Carolyn 
1218 Vernon Drive 
Dayton, Ohio 45417 



Freeman, Marcia 
951 Sunbury Road 
Columbus, Ohio 43219 



Johnson, Theodore 
Route 2, Box 173 
Millsboro, Delaware 19966 



Black, Gloria 
2610 Francis Street 
Baltimore, Maryland 21217 



Gooding, Ruth 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 



Lankford, Jacquelin 

3 Kirkpatrick Lane 

West Caldwell, New Jersey 07006 



Bowman, Barbara 
670 N.W. 18th Court 
Pompano Beach, Florida 



Grissom, Evelyn 

4808 Alhambra Avenue 

Baltimore, Maryland 21212 



Lawhorne, Joyce 
1146 N.W. 46th Street 
Miami, Florida 33127 



Bray, Sherman 

3809 Laconia Avenue 

Bronx, New York 10409 



Hall, Willard 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 



Mayes, Berenice 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 



Bryant, Vanvernard 
1550 West 11th Street 
Jacksonville, Florida 33801 



Harris, Retha 

Route 1, Box 385 

Dunne, North Carolina 28334 



Miller, Emerson 

1579 N. 38th Street 

Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70802 



Carey, Freda 

10945 S.W. 220th Street 

Goulds, Florida 33176 



Hayes, Carol 

4441 E. 154th Street 

Cleveland, Ohio 44128 



Morales, Fred 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 



Conway, Medessa 
524 Grestmore Drive 
Dayton, Ohio 45417 



Herbert, Kenneth 
711 Filmore Street 
Kenner, Louisiana 70062 



Rogers, Marguerite 
1700 Bedford Avenue 9K 
Brooklyn, New York 11125 



170 



Ross, Luther 

2583 Minoso Drive 

Jacksonville, Florida 32209 



Smith, Timothy 
1100 Potter Street 
Chester, Pennsylvania 



Tarver, John 

1606 E. 19th Street 

Indianapolis, Indiana 46218 



Moore, Willie 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 



Oyoyo, Arnold 
Oakwood College 
Huntsville, Alabama 35806 



Thorpe, Janice 
490 Decatur Street 
Brooklyn, New York 11233 



Nwankpa, Theophilus 
Ekwereazu Ngwa PA. 
Aba, Nigeria 



Powell, Stephanie 
21 Sharon Court 
Hampton, Virginia 23366 



Yates, William 

1505 Pratt 

Huntsville, Alabama 35i 



Smith, Harvey 
10131 South Yale 
Chicago, Illinois 6062 S 



171 






172 




' 



> 










A Special Thanks To 
All Our Patrons. 





■ 1 .. >i\ ■•.' , 



Ills 

Sim 't 1 «1 



!II M Q 




\ J- 




v f 






*r, 



■ .. -.7.?. " " 






HADLEY MEMORIAL 
HOSPITAL 

Washington, D. C. 

Dedicated to the relief of 

human suffering, and to the 

protection and preservation of 

health of all who come through its doors. 



build your 
future in the 
South 



THE 

SOUTHERN 

UNION 

CONFERENCE p ° «-«, I 

I a Decatur, Alabama 

BUILDING! 



H. C. BLAKE COMPANY 



Mechanical Contracting All Types 



Plumbing - Heating - Air Conditioning - Electrical Wiring 



74 



Huntsville, Alabama 




v 



The Gem Trio 



COMBINATION SPECIAL 



Review and Herald 

Life and Health 

Liberty 

The Youth's Instructor 

Worker 

GO 



The Family 
Group 




M 



PERIODICAL 
DEPARTMENT 

WASHINGTON 12, DC 



Review and Herald 

The Youth's Instructor 

Life and Health 



$13.75 



for one year 



Total retail 

value 

$26.45 



$19.75 



COMBINATION 
SPECIAL 



for one year 



Prices slightly higher in Canada. 



Postage is added to these prices where papers go to other countries. 



ORDER FROM YOUR BOOK AND BIBLE HOUSE 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

THE LAKE REGION CONFERENCE 
OF SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS 

Serving the heartland of America, and covering the States of - 
ILLINOIS, INDIANA, MICHIGAN, AND WISCONSIN. 
HEADQUARTERS OFFICE: 8517 South State Street 

Chicago, Illinois 60619 

C. E. Bradford, President 

M. C. Van Putten, Secretary-Treasurer 



175 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



THE NORTHEASTERN CONFERENCE OF SDA 

560 West 150th Street 



176 



New York, N. Y. 10031 



GEORGE R. EARLE * President 
STENNETT BROOKS * Secretary-Treasurer 







SOUTHERN PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION 



(uDna%akuLakz± tnz (fyxaduaizi 



. . . and especially to be congratulated are the graduates who reached 
this milestone by meeting their financial obligations the scholar- 
ship way. 

Everywhere progressive people are adding these beautiful vol- 
umes to their libraries. Not only are these volumes beautiful, but 
they contain messages of inspiration, enlightenment, and practical 
living. Each volume serves a definite purpose in every home. Help 
others obtain these books. Help yourself by earning a scholarship to 
care for your financial obligations. 



SOUTHERN PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION 



NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE 



17'" 



Compliments of 



ALLEGHENY WEST CONFERENCE 

OF 
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS 





1339 East Broad Street 








Columbus, Ohio 






D. B. Simons 




A. N. Brogden 




Pres ident 




Sec-Treasurer 


« 



Compliments of 



ALLEGHENY EAST CONFERENCE 



OF 



SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTISTS 





P. o. 


Box 266 






Pine Forge 


Pennsylvania 




W. A. Thompson 






E. Dorsey 


Pres ident 






Sec- Treasurer 



178 



/ 























!•■! i \ 



1 ' I 
I ; j ,1', 






I 



\ • „ 






1 i; I hi 



i 



i 1 1 






!H 



I i ! 



I ■ , l 

1 , ■ '';, ■ 



I I 



( 



, '<"■% 



I 






''I'M : iH 






. >V'i:," ( i 



I i 






' .» ; ' 









I , If 
\ i 



I .m-f ^ ! i 



I ■/.) 



i 



i-i I h 



I 



I I 



i i 



I 






, 



V\ V!';f 



1 : ,■ 

rf.-n i 









i 






I 



U ' i Mif, 



i 



' 



i i -'V 



1 'V,- 



./ 






; !i 



r .» ''■ l >.;; : 'i. 
! 












' i ' i i • ■ ' ( 

i V- \ M ! 



W> i'i 



-. I I 



pi 






\ 









h 






. ■ . i ! ; 

1 i 



14 • 






' 



!«i 



I'M :• 
/'I ■- \ -i , 



'). i j 



ikm 



1 , 1 1 



i 






I 



. 



i 

: 



I 

V. i 



/ ; v 



!\ 



i ' i 



1 I ii 



i • 



r 



''ill' ' 



* 









M i 



I 1 



Ufcfei 



i 



./ ' j 



.i 1 1 



s 



,'f: 






i 






i 



1 



w . 










W* 



fi'i'j; 



<.l \ '. 



mj'im ; ii f;v al 



^i<, 



i, i 



i . ', I ! 



wWm 



i, ;V I 



I I ' I 






,i 



j 



i 



\ 



v," ::v, 












i 



1 Hi 






■ 






•A\ 






it 7." ' ' : 



M ■ Ii; /;. j 






{•I : 









: 












I